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

    Breakfast day 4

    A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Jul 12, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... cheese, tasty but smelly. The smell even stopped her from going in. After an afternoon rest we head out for a late meal, about 9pm. Down or up Avenue Kleber we look for the Frog. On the way we observe families settling in for the night under the entrances to large buildings. We also see and smell puddles of urine as people must relieve them selves against building walls. Had typical pub food with World Cup ...

    Paris bound!

    A travel blog entry by travelinbitch on Jun 09, 2014

    1 comment

    ... taxi at the station, so you just walk to the end of the platform, hand a cab driver a ticket and he takes you out to a cab. No lines. It was lovely, as was the handsome driver. Most cities take a bit of time to feel like themselves, if that makes any sense. But Paris is Paris right away. It just looks exactly like you expect it to, not bigger or smaller or anything-er, it's just exactly what it should be. Which is so beautiful and old and cool ...

    Joy = a great friend and great food (in Paris!)

    A travel blog entry by hopskipandajane on Apr 25, 2014

    10 photos

    ... 3. Don't expect speed of service... It's all about soaking up the moment. So soak. Relax. People watch. And expect it to take ages until you get the cheque. I considered it patience therapy! 4. Make many stops. We had breakfast followed by champagne and caviar, a walk through the food market before lunch, pre dinner aperitif (at a very funky place called Kong) then happy hour drinks (where we tried in a horse mask!) and then dinner. ...

    Love is in the air - or maybe just on the walls

    A travel blog entry by thompsontravels on Nov 09, 2013

    1 photo

    ... from my friend, we ended up at a little bagel shop, and ordered a salmon and cream cheese bagel to takeaway. Taking these with us we went to a cafe on the corner, according to him it serves some of the best coffee in Paris. If you know me well you will understand that I'm very particular about my coffee, thus far I hadn't had a good coffee since being in France but we both ordered skinny flat whites and I ...

    Paris, You Magnificent Slut.

    A travel blog entry by roduperron on Sep 07, 2013

    12 photos

    ... mark of Paul Bert, comparatively quickly. The money shot, in all implied senses, comes as i walk up the adjacent rue Paul Bert outside the gates of the actual market, and come across a half dozen boutiques that put all the others to shame - set up in sprawling and impeccably decorated spaces, sometimes over several floors, with gorgeous vintage pieces - often of of medical or industrial or military origin - all mis-en-scène in the most flattering light as electronic ...