Ibis Styles Paris Saint Denis Plaine
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... approach the tower from a different angle. We plan on climbing up the tower by way of the stairs, since elevators are for lazy people, and also we are cheap. I find we appreciate the view and architecture of the place more from the slower stairs route. Ultimately, we are just too cheap to pay for the ticket.
The top half of the tower is still surrounded by fog today, like just about every other ...
... the gentleman (!) if he thought I looked like a person who would hide explosives. He smiled and said 'well you never know'. I think there is a sign on my forehead that says 'check me'!! Finally I arrived at our accomodation around 4:00pm. It was a real joy to see the family and settle in to our accomodation which has a most amazing view of the Eiffel Tower. The apartment we rented is compact (!) but ...
... to central London to return the car, no damages or chips, all good. On the way we called into Henley to see the rowing course and the river Thames from a different perspective.
On to the Eurostar for a fast and quiet trip to Paris. It really is much better than flying......City centre to centre.
We made our way to our little apartment near the steps of Sacre Coure. ...
... a normal ticket, and she wasn't disabled or had any health issue), he got upset at people for eating on the bus and promised a short break in 10 minutes - but he never stopped for said break, and he would talk to himself. Once we got to the vehicle check in area we all had to get off and go through customs, then walk out a different door and get back on the bus which had now moved up to the exit door. We waited and waited, and eventually the ferry allowed our bus to board which ...
Jake and I spoke to a few of the people sitting near us on the bus as we made our way to Dover, to catch the ferry to Calais. We all took photos of the White Cliffs of Dover, and before we knew it we were getting our passports out for the border crossing.
On the ferry, we bought some lunch and had the chance to meet some more of our tour mates before we arrived in Calais and made our way to the campsite in ...