Hotel Ibis Melun
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... until reaching the Jardins du Trocadero below the massive Palais de Chaillot, and directly across the river from the Eiffel Tower. The fountains in the gardens, which periodically gush water like geysers into pools surrounded with marble statues, were in action when we arrived. Across the river, the image of the Eiffel Tower rising into the blue skies, with a few puffy-white clouds floating in the background, was truly stunning.
It's been 4 years since we last came back to France. We took Singapore Airlines A380 flight from Singapore to Paris and chose the upper deck. The last time when we took A380 was with Emirates Airlines from Paris to Dubai on transit to Maldives and we thought this we will try the upper deck if it's any different. Well, it isn't. Just a little less crowded I guess. It was an overnight flight so I slept most of the way and it went quite fast. I have to say ...
... no exception. They both loved it but we couldn't get gage out of there.
We tried to go to the catacombs but due to "le petit accident" we missed the last tour by five minutes. So we drove home and got stuck in an ungodly traffic jam for a Sunday evening and were late that evening. All in all, it was a great day trip and made us feel like it was close enough to visit for the day but next time we would spring for the ...
... we came across. Great little spot with a cool old waiter who warmed to us and gave LJ a bit of a French lesson on the paper table cloth after he'd attempted to order the desserts in the native tongue. On the way home ran into a young French guy who picked us for tourists (go figure) and took us on a bit of a tour of the Grand Palace grounds, completed with historical commentary. Sensational! Another wonderful day in this beautiful ...
... landmarks that told us they were near, and the low churn of the helicopters added to the anticipation. Then they made their first pass down the Champs Elysees, and we all stood and cheered them accordingly. Then we sat (with some prompting by angry Aussie mothers – a familiar theme), until they came by the other direction.
Repeat 9 times.
And though the overall race winner had already been determined in the previous stages (Chris Froome had a healthy ...