Ibis Saint Denis Stade Sud
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... 2009, a Russian woman, distraught over being denied French citizenship, threw a terra cotta mug or teacup, purchased at the museum, at the painting in the Louvre; the vessel shattered against the glass enclosure. In both cases, the painting was undamaged. There was one painting in the program that looked interesting so we explored through the French collection and found his painting of two sisters m, one pinching the others nipple haha. We left the louvre and walked through ...
... mum and dad have gone out shopping then we will get ready to go on our tour and see the Eifel Tower!!!
Already been away for 4 weeks and nearly a month not a long time to go!!!
The Channel Tunnel or Le tunnel sous la Manche is 37.9 kilometres long and has the longest undersea portion of any tunnel in the world and is the 12th longest tunnel on its own. ...
... we quickly stopped at a Starbucks to check our email (the first good wifi we’ve had in a few days). Finally, we received Mandy’s email with a description of Baby David Nash Warner’s birth and pictures! Lindsay was laughing and in tears, but it really was such a special moment. David was just overjoyed that the Warners named a baby after him! We can’t wait to meet the baby!
After our wifi stop, we meandered through the streets finding highlights wherever ...
Paris was a whirlwind and it went much too quickly for me. Victoria and I got on the train Wednesday afternoon and arrived in Paris where it was raining. We got a bit twisted around at the train station as we arrived at a station I was not familiar with. We sorted it out eventually and once I got my Metro bearings, we found our apartment in Montmartre quite easily by about 10pm. We decided to venture out in the Montmartre mist for a little wine and a ...
... Sunday). We ended up starting the drive back to Paris at about 11am and got in around 3pm so wasn't to bad and dropped the car off at the airport again. Then headed to our hotel. We caught the Eurostar at 7:35am the next morning and it got into London at 9:20am. From there we caught the train straight down to Gatwick Airport so we could fly over to Croatia (it was cheaper going back to London then flying directly to Croatia from Paris). Croatia adventures to follow!! Until then Au revoir! ...