Ibis Paris Porte de Versailles Mairie d'Issy
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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 ...
... of hypothermia, the cold seeping in through the soles of our shoes our feet aching and ready for bed. In our minds the show should kick off at 10.30 and finishing at 11 (park closing time). 10.30 comes and goes and we decided we would either need a hot choc and a muffin or else we'd be joining mr Walt Disney in his frozen state of rest. 3mins to 11pm and an announcement is made that the show will commence in a matter of minutes. Right, we now had 3 mins ...
... buying our lunch that we are 100 metres under water. Train was travelling at 300km per hr and as we came out of the tunnel it is rainy. Arrive in Paris at 3pm with our driver Rathi waiting at the exit gate. Stuart loves my arrangements for getting to the hotels. ( see kids it pays to get all the mark downs at woolies) . On the way to our hotel, Rathi takes us thru a short cut past the Louvre, this ...
... then headed for the Arc de Triumphe. It is situated at a roundabout at the top of the Champs de Elysées (makes Britannia roundabout look like a walk in the park). It was built by Napolean for his troops to return through after a successful campaign, and now also contains the tomb of the French unknown warrior. Unfortunately for the troops it wasn't finished in time and they only got to march through the smaller "replica" built near the Louvre. ...
... for a meal (lots of places still open) so we made do with the last of the Belgian chocolate and 2 stroopwafels - don't check the nutritional value of those! Our room is great and a decent size. We can see the Eiffel Tower and the Notredame. Today there has been "beware of pickpockets" signage at all the places we've been to and walking to catch the bus we had a woman try her luck in deceiving us that we had dropped something - which we ignored. I've concluded that ...