Ibis Styles Paris Saint Denis Plaine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is going to work. I have a 24 day global eu rail pass which I will activate tomorrow. All trips prior to this were point to point (buy individual tickets before individual trips). Now, I ride the rails whenever and wherever I need to for 24 days, as long as it's within these countries:
-Shannon, wanted to see the sewer system because I'm an infrastructure nerd. Plus, ...
It was a school day today, so we were up and out the door at 0800 for our walk across Paris, it is such a fabulous time of day, there aren't many people about and the weather was brisk but still. After school we had a couple of hours to fill so we went to Bon Marche in search of pearl barley which doesn't seem to be available in Paris, then we had a baguette and coffee and then returned to AF to ...
... there on the Metro. However, once we changed at Châtelet, Mum reckoned we needed to get off at Oberon. It then took us awhile to find the park, and when we did, the station I said we should get off at (Luxembourg) was right outside. Sorry, fail Mum!
Anyway, we wandered through the park and it was very beautiful. Dad commented on the fact that they have all this really nice grass but no-one is allowed to sit on it. Weird! So we sat on these metal chairs on the ...
... was originally used to crush grapes and then stone. We kept walking and found Talouse Lautrec’s home and Vangough’s! Along the way, we stopped at yet another patisserie. We had heard about it from friends in our ward: Gontran Cherrier. We found the pastry we had heard so much about: Kouin Aman. And yes, it was as delicious as we expected it to be. A definite must for next time we’re here. Our last stop in Montmartre was to the Moulin Rouge. We couldn’t not see ...
... alone as well. Since I was oh so familiar with how lost you can feel in Paris, I was more than happy to have her join us. So, after breakfast we went for some shopping at Galleries Lafayette. This is a mall located in a very commercial, touristy part of Paris that I purposely avoided last year, but shopping is what happens when you get three women together. After that we walked the Champs Élysées, where they have shops like Banana ...