Ibis Budget Paris Porte De Bercy
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... and baguettes are so yummy over here. I'm really going to miss them when we go home! It started pouring with rain once we were in the cafe. It didn't really let up much either. We had to make a dash through the rain to the Pantheon which was only about 5 minutes away so we didn't get too drenched.
The Pantheon was built by Louis XV to replace the ruined church of the abbey of St Genevieve. It now functions as a mausoleum containing the remains of ...
... I was in shock when we saw some army guys walking around patrolling holding machine guns! We also stopped at the padlock bridge which was opposite the louvre and we put our own padlock on the bridge and threw the key into the water to symbolise our love. It was amazing how many padlocks were on the bridge and how many keys must be in the water! After the louvre we walked to the Notre Dame which is on an island which is connected to the main land ...
... artifacts belonging to Colette. For those of you not in the know, Colette was a French author (among other things) and she wrote the short story "Gigi" which was turned into the film (which features Maurice Chevalier). Parts of the movie were actually filmed in Maxim's. I knew that Mum would kill me if I missed this opportunity, so in I went. There weren't any people for the 2pm English tour, so I was asked to come back at 3.15.
Well, what could I do for an hour in ...
... Thinker') - it was quite good, but only half of the gardens were open because they were still taking down the scaffolding from the fashion show yesterday.
I went to have a look at Galleries Lafeyette - a huge department store. Obviously Saturday afternoon is not the ideal time to go, and it was hideously busy, so I only stayed a short time. Steve took the kids biking on the 'Velib' bikes - a rental system ...
... as beautiful. Loved the sculpture. It is fascinating. I saw a greek exhibit and an Egyptian exhibit. At the risk of sounding like Ritchie Benaud, simply marvellous! Another thing, they let people take photos. I didn't because I didn't want to damage the artwork, now I'm regretting that decision. After the Louvre I stopped for a spot of lunch. I think I picked the worst cafe in Paris. The staff were lovely but the food....not so much. I ordered what I thought was a walnut ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Budget Paris Porte De Bercy
2 nights stay..
it was a basic room...
a bed, an attached bathroom ...
a pre-booked & paid breakfast.
the room was ok ... our experience with the many other hotels being much nicer could have been the reason for the dissatisfaction.
the biggest plus was the access to public transport... just bang out of the hotel is the Parc De Bercy bus stop.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.