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
- 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 ...
... to say we didn't buy anything but we sure did a lot of window shopping. By now we were getting pretty hungry so we took a little detour down a side street and had lunch at a cool little restaurant. As we sat and ate a 4-door Maserati pulled up in front of a sushi place across the street. A woman stepped out of the passenger side along with 3 little kids that were decked out to the nines. Meanwhile, the guy started looking for ...
... from our room! Sooo awesome. So we decide to head to the tower to see it at night. We had maps from when we bought our train tickets and headed out. It is probably about a 20 minute walk if you know where you're going. We finally got there and it was so awesome. I didn't get to see the tower at night last year so this was new to me. Every hour on the hour for five minutes the tower sparkles with sparkly lights. We got there right at 11 so we got to see it sparkle up ...
... stores. MSP was the one I had most wanted to see, its 5 floors of fabric, from the cheap polyesters to €150/m hand embroidered silks. I didn't see anything I wanted there, but across the road at the Moline Mercerie they had some lovely fabric, a fine cotton blend, lovely drape, called frou-frou. I might try to track down the brand online. The fabric in store was €21/m which is an awful lot without a specific project in mind. It reminded me of liberty lawn ...
... 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. ...