Ibis Styles Parc des Expositions de Villepinte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last night's little jaunt around Paris riding the metro and walking the streets felt like Day 1 even though we only ventured out for a couple of hours. It's currently 7 am and after going to bed at 9 pm I've had 10 hours sleep. Bridget is in the sofa bed with single sheets that don't fit the double bed size mattress. There were no sheets when we arrived despite me emailing the apartment agency that we would be needing to use the sofa bed. The apartment ...
... had to do a very quick maneuver back up to altitude in order to avoid the plane that came into very close proximity with us. Talk about stomach drops and vertigo. After circling the airport for 15 minutes the ground control finally lets us land puts an end to the tutting torment. Safe and sound on the ground with no sleep since yesterday morning we grab our bags and thankfully get out of the airport and onto the train. Seated on the RER line ...
... many parts of the city and especially the Opera. The view of the dome from inside the Galeries is also spectacular. We browsed the floors below but shopping here is not about buying - we decided remortgaging our house to buy something was not really a good idea - the prices here although designer labels were outrageous! We did find the less expensive version called Printemps but still only looked. Lunch was ...
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 ...
... and interlocking iron beams. A little like a giant meccano structure. It was the brain child of Gustave Eiffel, a French philanthropist and engineer. A huge tennis ball was suspended under the tower notifying visitors of the French Open. It was strange that such an iconic symbol of Paris could be used in this way. At the far end of the gardens was the Military College and Offices. The Eiffel Tower was built in 1889 as the entrance arch to the ...