Ibis Styles Paris Bercy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Finally we got up there, and had learned on the way that the top was closed (although I'm not entirely sure that was true as the lifts were going up and down and people were queuing for them). However the view from the middle deck was fantastic and we'd all had enough of queuing, so we walked down all the stairs (didn't count but definitely more than 250 of them). Then it was ice creams and off to catch a boat for a Seine river tour.
... than driving. You could live in Edmonton and work in Calgary. ---------------- Arrived in Paris 12:30 pm on the dot. Just kinda took it all in. We got off the train on to the platform to be swarmed by people all rushing. We made our way to the front of the train station where we stood in line for 35 minutes for a taxi to take us to 43 Rue Brancion. The taxi was a very good driver. Chris and I were amazed on how narrow ...
... III for four hours of classes. I told this to Jonghwi over fb message and it kinds summarized how I feel about traveling at this point. I love it and I really feel I’m learning a lot about doing things alone, being strong in strange situations, and also becoming cultured in arts and the ways of different countries. However I am sometimes scared it might be a waste of money and it won’t be a life changing or ...
... great distances! I'd also decided that as Paris was too big to do in 6 hours, and I didn't want to rush at the museums I would explore it externally, and return another time to while away the hours looking at art.
We started the day climbing up the Arc de Triomphe, and received spectacular views of Paris. The Arch is adorned with beautiful sculptures and designs. After weaving our way through the no-line, 100% dangerous round about which surrounds the ...
Well up reasonably early as have the change over today. Darren leaving and Sally and Tony arriving! So sheets to change and beds to make before walked down to meet them off the Roissy bus which gets in at opera. They both have huge suitcases, must talk to them about travelling light, or maybe it's the shoes and hand bag Sally has bought along the way! Anyway a lovely day so we let them settle in and made a lovely salad Nicoise ...