Adagio Access Torcy Marne-la-Vallee
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Adagio Access Torcy Marne-la-Vallee
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Adagio Access Torcy Marne-la-Vallee
Travel Blogs from Torcy
... apparently that's just not cool, me, I don't care!! Back onto the Metro and we were home before we knew it. A quick freshen up and out we went again with a lovely young girl named Eva. She is a Greek girl living and studying in Paris, her parents live in Corfu. I mentioned that a number of my friends had been there in the last 12 months and I asked her about George's boat, she laughed. Apparently all the tourists love George's boat. We had ...
... on them, but they said, "made in Seattle, Wa." on the bottom. I gave myself a imaginary pat on the back.
We ventured on to the Eiffel Tower after Versailles (<--- best sentence ever!). After a bit of mayhem and confusion we figured out how to climb the stairs to the first "floor". This term is quite deceiving, as its many, many, maaaany floors up. Especially by stairs. The top of the tower was already sold out by the beginning of ...
... 233;ra" area of central Paris, a part we didn't visit last time, and walk from Place de la Concorde along Rue de Rivoli and around the corner to Place Vendôme, passing the windows of some of the most expensive and exclusive shops in the world. In many of their doorways I see watchful staff who are presumably there specifically to turn away hoi polloi such as ourselves. At the end of Rue de la Paix we turn to finally take in the grand view of ...
... in awe at the sheer size of the place, at the brilliance of those pyramids, and headed on down to find a map so that Livvy and Emma could Plan. Because you need a Plan (capital P) to tackle the Louvre - otherwise, you end up lost and befuddled and perhaps prostrate halfway down the Grand Gallerie. We started with the Greek statues, up and down the marble staircases. Mitch and I had an identical moment of awe when we found the Winged Victory, up at the top of ...
... the floor just to try and get a glimpse of the tip. We sat in awe of the tower for an hour or so before the best night of my life moment occurred (a pinch me moment as we called it all holiday). At the stroke of midnight, reining in my 26 birthday (omg I'm 26!) she began to sparkle. What more could a girl wish for? It was an unbelievable moment in my life that I will never forget. Sleep had to be had as a huge day was about to occur. Love birthdays...who doesn't? ...