Ibis Paris Porte de Versailles Mairie d'Issy
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... part of the limestone in a certain area of the city was beginning to cave in...this is taking the expression of killing two birds with one stone to an entirely different level.
From the spooky trail of the Catacombes, we all hopped on the Metro and headed to Montmartre, the home of the basilica of Sacre Coeur, the most modern of the large churches in Paris. Being a Friday night, it was crowded with locals celebrating the end of the work ...
... the sunshine, and the city was alive. The Arc de Triumph stands at the top of the Champs Élysées Avenue, and the hub where twelve roads merge as one huge intersecting mess. There seems to be no clear demarcation of traffic lanes, and definitely no consistency in the road rules. Cars, trucks, and motor cycles fight for position, cutting across one another, waving and sounding horns to navigate through the intersection. We did ...
... the size of our bathroom at home) and we are all settled in. We had a great dinner at a nearby cafe with steak for Maja and quiche Lorraine for Jon, both excellent! We ended the evening with a walk down to the Seine, only 15 min away from our apartment and it takes us right past the Bastille! Welcome to Paris! We are very excited to start touring tomorrow, just need to figure out what to do, so many options! More to come! Vive la France - M & ...
When I was walking by the Seine yesterday I happened upon a free walking tours brochure. I had missed all the tours for that day, but decided to take the Montmartre tour today because I hadn’t seen that side of town yet. I asked Behrang how to get there, and he told me to take a train from Luxembourg station to the Garde du Nord and then take line two and get off at Blanche (where the tour meets).
Truth be told, I did get a bit lost ...
... he had seen in a shop on his travels so off we go. Once we arrive at Javel Rod is sure he knows the way. Rory and I however are sceptical. With good reason Rod went right and we need to go left. By this time it is nearly 7.00pm but Rod said the lady told him they were open till 9pm. Wrong we finally find the shop and they are shut.
Off home now. We try and get a cab but where we are there is a lot of one way streets we see heaps of cabs going the wrong way. ...