Ibis Styles Melun

Address: 6 rue du Perre, Rubelles, Île-de-France, 77950, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6 rue du Perre, Rubelles.
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      Nikki, Arrondissements 10 and 20.

      A travel blog entry by staza on Oct 16, 2014

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      One day early in our stay, we saw a poster in the subway advertising a show by Nikki Yanofsky. We couldn't print tickets if we booked on-line so we decided to make part of a day's event going to that arrondissement and to the ticket office. This took us to the 10th where we also discovered (although Rick already knew about it) the canal! This we followed alongside for a bit - it has locks in it since it climbs, and ...

      The Catacombs

      A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 13, 2014

      ... in for about 45 minutes before Eammon and Ellie-Mae actually arrived. Fortunately they made up for it by buying water and 2 large McDonald's french fries to share. We passed the time playing "I'm having a picnic..", me going particularly well using the homophone theme, until we reached the entrance about 45 minutes later. We payed €8 for our tickets before we began the descent into the underground network of Paris. The first thing to see ...

      A lot of walking

      A travel blog entry by lbechard on Jul 31, 2014

      6 photos

      ... shops in Paris. Corine bought a nice leather purse. Then we went off to Musee d'Orsay. So impressed with the amount of art. Snacks at hotel happy hour. Italian dinner at a reasonable local place next to Hotel Montholon. Another day of amazing sights in ...

      Day 12 - Paris

      A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... back to square one. The pressure was on, but I'm pleased to say, we rose to the occasion. We decided on an entree (in France, the entree is a starter, not your main plate) of haddock tartare. There were two reasons why we chose the tartare: 1. We knew we liked tartares and 2. it was literally the only thing we could decode. Fortunately, the tartare was delicious. For our main course, Monica got the grilled sea bass (we knew that "bar" is French for bass) and I ordered a ...


      A travel blog entry by stephtoole on Jun 01, 2014

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      ... a hunk of fillet of beef (50 euro for a kilo) and voila, dinner. Radish, olives, toasted almonds with the Bollinger Rose. Oven roasted asparagus with Parmesan and a Paul Blanck Pinot Gris. The fillet of beef was superb, just little potatoes and a salad with a bottle of Barolo. Hmm some of us were thirsty so opened a bottle of Saint Estephe with the cheese (goat, Compte, roblochon) and just for a comparison a bottle of mounthorrocks Shiraz. Finished with red berries, cherries etc. ...