Ibis Budget Issy Les Moulineaux
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- 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 ...
... at my apartment, I realized I didn’t have a bath towel so I headed down the street to pick one up from Monoprix, a small grocery/super market type store. The towels were ridiculously expensive – about 18€ each. In the US I could get two or three for that price. I griped to some lady looking at towels next to me (in French) and we ended up talking a bit. She was actually American as well, from Minnesota, but her French was ...
... beautiful with a wide range of activities to do - a bit like Central Park in New York but more formal. There were pony rides and tennis courts amongst other things, as well as the beautiful lawns and garden beds.
Our final stop for the day was the Musee d'Orsay. This is a converted railway station and the interior has kept all the wonderful features of the station like the ceiling and the huge clock but now has a display of paintings by famous ...
... church, a church located on the highest point in Paris. We saw that the church was open, so we (and many other people) walked in. There was a mass going on at the time so we sat for awhile in the back. For about 15-20 minutes, a choir of nuns sang and led choral responses from the congregation. It sounded beautiful. It was a great break after a busy day. We left the church and walked through Montmartre, knowing that men and women ...
... to have a dog (usually a puppy or two) or young children (sometimes it is even a whole family sitting on the pavement) - the 2 things that pull at my heart strings the most so I'm going to have to toughen up! When we arrived at the hotel we were told there had been a muck up in our booking and they were going to have to put us in another hotel for the first night. Not much we could to do, so they called a taxi for us and we were taken ...