Ibis Budget Issy Les Moulineaux
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 ...
... WOW !!!!!!!!! The views from the observation deck were amazing. Paris is certainly a beautiful city, especially in springtime. Cost of the ticket to level two - 9 Euros each. We have enjoyed some incredible vistas during this past nine weeks of travelling, but today would rank as one of the best experiences. Amazing views Travel Tip 25 - By pre-purchasing your entry tickets for the Eiffel Tower it will save you queuing twice. Simply show ...
... their picture. I felt like I was at work. We had dinner outside at a great little bistro by our hotel that Rick Steve's recommended then ended our evening with a walk in the Eiffel Tower park. The weather has been amazing today. It was warm and sunny today but then got much cooler this evening. We are planning to go to Champs-Élysées and Sacre Coeur ...
... and I see the yellow machine that I need and this is great we will be home in no time. You guessed it tickets won't print. I seek assistance again but he can' t help me as he is only suburban I need to find the office. Off we go again up and down a few more stairs for good measure and I finally see the office. I join the queue get to the front my turn.Great the lady calls me and says No English I need to wait for John Paul. John Paul is serving someone but won't be long. ...
... looks like a honeycomb. The next four shops were not Chloe's favorite, so they are not ours either. The last shoppe we visited was one of Pierre Herme's. Chloe had once worked for Pierre and is frequently requested to return to teach the staff new things about chocolate that she learns from her travels. After our almost 3 hour tour, we invited Chloe to select a place and join us for lunch. She selected the 6th floor of Gallerie Lafayette, a self-service cafeteria with ...