Ibis Paris Ornano Montmartre North 18th
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... the parade. To was an hour of military marching of various forces and emergency services, but interestingly they were all singing as they marched. There is no doubt that the French forces have the worst hats in the military world, perhaps there is an ulterior motive to make your opposing forces breakdown in laughter at the sight of your elaborate hats with pompoms, feathers and what appeared to be red ...
... in plenty of time. This was the start of a never to be forgotten experience. We got checked in and our cases taken off us. We saw the train arriving and took the first of our photos. Then we were taken to the station restaurant where we had more coffee and croissants. We then got taken to our cabin. Wow. It was beautiful. I expected art nouveaux but it was just lovely. I even got a lovely set of toiletries even though we were not onboard for the overnight part of the journey. ...
... he was holding, silly I know, but true. The drive into the city had a familiarity about it. One filled with anticipation because you knew at any given time you would turn the corner and it would all make sense. The beautiful city of Paris just waiting for Rio and I. This trip is so different as Rio is older now and happens to be studying European history. I am older now and have a little bit of a historical side to me and Europe. Little things from ...
... we went to "The Tower". The Eiffel Tower. We have been looking forward to seeing this structure up close and to take in the views from on top. The hop on hop off was slow but we were able to see the sites one last time. Once we got on the tower, we immediately went to the top. What a view. You could see for kilometers after kilometers on all ...
... with great music playing. Paris we are loving you sick now. Having a relaxing beer in the sun next to the river in 28 degrees - life can't get much better. We then had a few of the pre-mentioned champagnes and Sal Kate and I ended up sitting up till 2am enjoying some joie de vivre.
Friday was a little bit of a late start, and a 2nd very stressful event of the week was the pick up of our vehicle. Felling a touch dusty, Sal and I decided to walk from St Germain to ...