Ibis Budget Issy Les Moulineaux
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a quick and delist lunch, crepes, and walked to the quay to see the bouquinistes, a phenomenon unique to Paris. After strolling past the bouquinistes, we headed into the Cathedral of Notre Dame, THE church of Paris which dates back to the 13th century. The church tour is self guided and one could spend hours looking at the various alcoves dedicated to the saints. Several of them offer intention candles for tourists no regulars alike to light. Seeing ...
... s a small world cruise", past the Alice in wonderland maze and after getting on as many rides as possible we eventually made our way next door to "Walt Disney studios" where we watched and learnt about the history of cartoon making and had a blast on the new Ratatouille ride, the Aerosmith rollercoaster and finding Nemo's "crush coaster". As the day came to a close so did the park and off we went back to Disneyland where we put our poncho down on the hill ...
... she wanted lunch here turning down the onion soup she was keen to try for a kebab.... Which she had tried yesterday So here we are in te same place as yesterday doing the same thing ironic seeing as he refused to see the louve or climb the eiffel ...
... unusually for that time, no deaths) When at the end of the twenty years, the government wanted to pull it down, Gustav begged them not too, and after offering "the world" came up with the idea to put an antenna at the top. The government agreed and so the tower stayed put... Now, yet again I exceeded all expectations and not only rode the lift to the 2nd floor, but made it up to the top (3rd floor) albeit a little nervously... The views were fantastic and ...
... with a small glass of champagne. There was a haze but the view was still awesome. Pierre proved to be quite popular - someone even asked where they could buy one like him! Can't say I enjoyed looking down - I tended to look out! We waited at the top level for 2 hours willing the lights of Paris to come on and when they did it was so worth the wait - just magical. The 2 hours went by quite quickly with lots of photo taking (Don drained the battery on the big ...