Ibis Styles Fontenay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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First I have to finish yesterday afternoon and evening properly. Was writing in such a rush as Amr was champing at the bit to get coffee and started! And am trying to remember all the details that I want to mention....for instance, in the gardens the leaves on the trees are now half coloured and when there is a puff of wind they float down in a very picturesque way. The tops of some trees are now looking quite bare which has ...
... off. It is only a 90 minute flight so it was no problem, but we had had very little sllep since Saturday and were a bit over it.
Left Paris in lovely sunny weather but the weather got worse as we flew East, started to have bad memories of our time in the UK.
... to be up for 20 years. Gustav Eiffel funded 80% of the build on the proviso that he was able to reap the takings of 20 years of visitors. It was decided not to remove it 20 years later as it was such a handy radio transmitter! We had dinner in st Germaine and wandered home. We were amazed to see the banks of the siene packed 3 deep with picnickers all sharing bottles of wine...... Can't wait till ...
... and just had a most brilliant time. But the best was yet to come .... Biagio and Ruben took us on a bit of a tour about Paris and we had the music cranking in the bus with much singing and laughter, it was so much fun. To really top off our night was that Paris was celebrating the 'Fete de la Musique', which is an annual music festival held on the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. The aim of the festival is to have music everywhere ...
... leg it to the contiki bus outside the museum because we hardly got to see anything, Paris is so BIG. But the couch took us around the arc de triumph, the luv, the glass pyramid, up the really long street where all the nice shops are. Then went to moulin rouge at night, had dinner and watched the dancers, they were amazing. I cant even explain how good it was because it's like nothing you've ever see before. But here's just a brief ...