Hotel Acadie

Address: 24 rue Marcel Paul Centre, Tremblay-En-France, Île-de-France, 93290, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 24 rue Marcel Paul Centre, Tremblay-En-France, is near Michel Coudert.
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    Travel Blogs from Tremblay-En-France

    A busy day in Paris

    A travel blog entry by perri on Sep 20, 2014

    18 photos

    ... laughing and enjoying the art. A very new experience for Nat. We topped it off with seeing the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper. We were pretty tired so then took a small peddle ride along the seine before going to the catacombs. Here Nat and I waited in the cue for 2 hours before getting inside. Tys, Jess and Maddy joined us here and once we had entered the building we slowly started walking down the narrow passages that led to the tunnels down in the damp depths of ...

    Bienvenue Paris!

    A travel blog entry by amievangabel on Aug 08, 2014

    1 photo

    ... in olive oil with spices. Of course I had a water with gas or Perrier to wash it down. This was all around 5 euro and it hit the spot! Sitting next to me was a very interesting French woman, about 60 years old, who took a glass of ice poured a splash of water in it and then some of her 1664 French beer. Interesting. I was contemplating striking up a conversation with her but the rest of her meal included a lively conversation with an ...

    Day 4 : Paris - Thursday 26.6.14

    A travel blog entry by whibj on Jun 26, 2014

    7 comments, 27 photos

    ... by Louis V to be built as a church to honour St Genevieve. It was commenced in 1755 and completed in 1790. Over the years it has been used for different purposes and since 1885 it has been used only for secular purposes. This coincided with the funeral for Victor Hugo. So it went from a Christian basilica to "temple of the nation", according to the literature. It is enormous and they are currently undertaking a 10 year program of restoration, so ...

    Angelina's and Countertenor

    A travel blog entry by lin624 on May 11, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... sugar coma.

    We attended a concert featuring a harpist and countertenor. An extraordinary experience! The harpist, Francois Pernel, brought two harps and had a lyrical yet masculine touch. The timber of Alexis Vassiliev's voice voice was so unusual and loud. This is the voice most duplicated by the castrats as the French call ...

    Midnight in Paris ... Doing Federal Taxes

    A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Feb 07, 2014

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... so were confident that it was going to be an enjoyable visit.

    Even though we had been here several times before, we still got turned around and lost at the beginning. But once we got our bearings, we were on a quest to see our favorites from before and discover new treasures.


    We spent lots of time in the Grand Gallery of paintings,


    enjoyed gazing at ...