Ibis Budget Issy Les Moulineaux
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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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 ...
... the hotel and it was amazing! It was lamb that basically melted in your mouth it was so tender haha. Cheyenne and I were in heaven! Later we went to a little pub that and watched the French interact with each other around us. We finished our drinks and headed back to the hotel ready for another day of driving.
The next day we went to another cathedral in Reims, which was not quite as exciting, and then headed to the Taittinger champagne cellar for a tour. We are ...
Ciao, Au revoir, Bok!!!
CDG airport is enormous, it takes ages to drive around, particularly Terminal 2. So glad I don't have too.
Shuttle bus to airport, train shuttle to our terminal (1), found our check in easily and we are back in the land of Business Class where we are special!
Now happily entrenched in Salon Premiere of Air France.
Our morning has run very smoothly and ...
I reckon there's an inner train nerd in most of us but even for the exceptions like Maree there's something quite exhilarating about cracking through the French countryside at almost 300 kmh. Maybe I especially appreciate it after spending so many hours on putt-putt cityrail back home. In any event 2hrs 22 mins after leaving London we were 495 kms ...
... the police with their white truncheon and whistle. Being a slower pace on the bus made for an easier pace to try to take photos. Champs Elysses avenue was lined with beautiful trees that are starting to change colour for fall. You can just imagine the Allied troops marching along here to the Arc. This was developed for the elite in 1850's with grand housing apartments and shops. A last trip around the Eiffel (2nd ...