Ibis Budget Vitry sur Seine N7

Address: 160, Rue Julian-Grimau, Vitry-sur-Seine, Île-de-France, 94400, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 160, Rue Julian-Grimau, Vitry-sur-Seine, is near Parc Montsouris, Tang Freres, Espace Eiffel Branly, and Quai des Marques.
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    Travel Blogs from Vitry-sur-Seine

    School today

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Nov 27, 2014

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    ... are beautiful and I can't wait to take Issy there. I stopped at the Hammam, all of 50 metres from our front door, and got what I call a really good haircut, Vidal, aka Laurie, does the colour, but Joel was very Parisian and didn't speak any English and I'm not game to speak French so we muddled through with Laurie as interpreter, and I am quite happy with the ...

    A BIG day!!

    A travel blog entry by ourbigadventure on Oct 09, 2014

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    ... as despite all of us following the map (Stephanie split from me & Max as she wanted to see different art than we were interested in) we all got lost! Because although the maps indicate to move forward to another exhibit on the same level, one then actually goes up stairs, down escalators, around several corners & finds oneself on an altogether different floor in an altogether different part of the museum (or so it seemed!). ...

    Day 8 - Our last full day in Paris.

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 08, 2014

    ... wouldn't be able to visit the museum. I suppose it's too logical to expect that all those directional signs to the Museum could be covered up during the period that the place was closed.
    Fortunately in our case it was more a minor inconvenience than a big deal, so we headed off, walking the several blocks through the maze of narrow streets to the Jewish Museum. Again, it was with some apprehension as we thought it likely that the place may be closed on Mondays. ...

    No, no, definitely not!

    A travel blog entry by 3musketeers on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... a sit down with some beers and caught up on our antics of the day when we realised that not far in the distance was the Eiffel Tower gorgeously lit up in the night sky. Safe to say we were in awe. The day couldn't have got better. Having said that however, the sleep we got after getting back to our hostel was enjoyable enough for us all, after having been awake for approximately 40 ...

    Arc de Triomphe & a stroll to the Petite Palais

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... walls together with the names of the generals who took part in them.
    After the first world war in 1920 a coffin bearing the remains of an unknown French soldier who died on the field of battle was laid to rest under the Arc de Triomphe and in 1921 an everlasting flame was lit above the grave site. The Tomb of the unknown soldier symbolically honours all those who died on the field of battle during World Wars I and II, and since 1921 no army has marched through the ...