Ibis Paris Porte de Bagnolet
Travel Blogs from Bagnolet
... quai Branly, Constantine Brancusi (my favourite) are just a couple of the ones I can remember. We also manage every small shop and boutique gallery that catches our interest along the way. Though we also make sure that these stops are interspersed with the obligatory lunch and orgasmic baguette. We do make plans on visiting Flammant, a beautiful home wears store in the high end district and it doesn't disappoint. Luxe fabrics ...
... to the Arc de Triumph. Martin went up to an observation platform at the top of the Arc de Triumph. There are spectacular views of Paris. 12 major roads meet at the Arc which is the biggest traffic roundabout in the world. No traffic lights !!. We then walked down the Champs Elyse to the Grand Palace which is large ...
... of my life, we finally got our suitcases from
baggage claim. I mean but come on now, I was going to just cry if my luggage
had been lost, a good part of my world is in that bag haha, luckily we got our
bags and I was able to avoid a premature mental breakdown. All in all the first
leg of my travels was pretty good, considering I'd time traveled like 24 hours,
but no big deal or anything, ;)
8:30 am now. Got ...
... objects in the world. As you may know, the cinema has played a massively important part in French cultural life ever since it was invented. The Musée du Cinema in particular celebrates ...
... missed out by about 2 minutes. It was pretty disappointing but once again it worked well as we were able to help out a family from Sydney who were having a hard time finding their accommodation. We felt so good after seeing them to their door that it didn't seem to matter about missing out and we treated ourselves to some indulgence at Les Deux Magots!
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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