Hotel Bonsaļ Escale

Address: 3 rue du promenoir, Cergy, Île-de-France, 95800, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 3 rue du promenoir, Cergy, is near Maréchal Ney.
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Travel Blogs from Cergy

Rendez-vous in Paris

A travel blog entry by jessica.russell on Feb 20, 2015

43 photos

... to Paris (2 hours) which is a great option in France. Its super quick and since I wanted to make the most of my 3 days in Paris, I took the early train there and got to see the sunrise from the train.

Once I arrived I went to the Arc de Triumph, student discounts are everywhere in Paris and I got to go to the top of the Arc for free (bring your student visa). The views from there were great even if it was raining.

After the Arc, ...

My weekend in Paris November 13-16

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Nov 13, 2014

... morning. It took almost an hour to get there by metro and the metro specific to the airport cost nine euro! So expensive, considering we have been paying 1.70 for the tickets. I am not sure why that one was so expensive. By the time we got there and got throughs security, we had about twenty minutes to spare. I was out the whole plane ride. When we arrived in Madrid around 11 am, we went to McDonald's and I got apple slices. The earliest bus was at ...

Paris, France

A travel blog entry by parkes on Sep 20, 2014

18 photos

Bonjour mes amies,
We boarded our Eurostar train at Kings Cross St Pancras and 2 1/4hrs later we're in Paris. We're staying in a very Boho Chic apartment (means rabbit warren with mismatched furniture) right next to the Louvre. Location, location, location, fantastic. Our apartment has 4 adjoining rooms, 3 mini bathrooms, 3 lofts with double beds (up steep ladders), squeakey wooden floors, 2 tiny kitchenettes and ...

Paris is an Eiffel

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 18, 2014

5 comments, 10 photos

... a code to the fire department that in the event of an evacuation they should break those windows first as the art inside was of lower value. From there we visited Place de la Concorde which used to be called "Place de la Revolution" and was the site of the main guillotine that as part of the Reign of Terror executed King Louis XVI, queen Marie Antoinette, and eventually the main executioner himself: Maximilien Robespierre. From the square the Eiffel Tower could easily be seen, ...

You can't do Paris without doing Versailles!

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 12, 2014

71 photos

... his court out here from the crowded centre of Paris. He had created over time a beautiful Palace set like a jewel in immaculately groomed gardens and tamed woodlands.
I strolled around, not venturing too far from the palace itself, and just before 3pm joined the long snaking queue to get inside the palace. It started out like walking into a museum, but gradually as you passed through some of the formal rooms it felt like ...