Ibis Paris Avenue d'Italie 13eme
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... by foot, but it turned out to be a challenging trek that left us pretty much exhausted by the time we hobbled back to the apartment at around 6 o'clock!
We set out around noon, walking to the Place du Trocadero, then across the street to the Palais de Chaillot, a monumental semi-circular structure built for the World's Fair in 1937, but which now houses several national museums plus an aquarium. Beneath the esplanade of the ...
... Florence, Milan, and Pisa. They didn't like Venice that much because it was flooded the whole time, and it was too hard to get around - although the history was amazing, and it was good to say they have been. Pisa was the highlight, and they were lucky enough to be one of the few allowed to go up the leaning tower. In Venice their tour guide basically abandoned them, and you can expect a poor review when they get back home. They are amazed by the traffic in Paris, ...
Our travel day from Veneze to Paris involved some interesting moments: 1. Despite arriving early at Guglie Wharf, the ferry to Marco Polo Airport proved an effort as the first ferry was fully loaded. Mild panic ensued with thoughts that all ferries would be the same but fortunately this was not the case! 2. The ferry was so packed with travelers and luggage ...
... after our 3 hour walk (should have taken about 50 mins), so we settled in for a lunch next to the Seine. American tourists are so easily recognised. A couple of young American women sat next to us and began to order in French. Even I cringed when they spoke, then I thought I probably sound just as bad. One of them ordered prawns which came out in their shell minus the head. She had no idea how to eat them so we explained how to peel the shells. ...
... happens when we become lost, the confusion led us to the Cafe a la Fontaine, which turned out to be a fabulous experience!
The interior of the cafe, which was so packed for lunch that we had to have a drink at the little zinc bar before a table opened-up, has the appearance and ambience of an authentic bistro from a hundred years ago. And the food was fantastic! I had an avocado with crab meat as an appetizer, and the pasta dish with chicken ...