Ibis Paris CDG Terminal Roissy
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Paris CDG Terminal Roissy
I love to stay at this hotel. It is very convenient and a good base for me when coming to France or on transit. Prices are reasonable and the restaurant downstairs a great place to eat
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... Surprisingly there was no smell. Instead it was similar to walking around outside, except that the catacombs were about 10 degrees warmer. There weren't too many people inside because they regulate how many can go in at any one time, which was really nice. As far as the infrastructure of Paris, I would say that it was almost dirtier and more run down than London on the street level. The buildings were well manicured, but the streets and metro were littered with trash ...
... who've been know, its a fantastic view from the top. Managed to time it right so we were able to see the city in daylight, then also as the lights were coming on. There's something quite magical about city lights and Paris is certainly no exception! Coming down, Cameron got a better response to the stair option. We found it pretty easy and not long, and more enjoyable than another queue for the lift.
Another good day on the road!
... last indulgence in France.
We even had a chance to walk off dinner with an after-dark power stroll through the cute village of Roissy, a short distance from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Time to sleep and rest up for the long non-stop to San Francisco before the final hop to Portland. We will pick up Charlie and Onnie, our schnauzers, around 7:00pm and then we'll be home. Home sweet home.
Good night, Paris!
Mike and ...
... though was riding throughout the exceptionally well manicured gardens and the grand canal. The square trees which lined the walkways guided our bike ride. All, I might mention, cared for today by 300 people as opposed to the 10,000 workers of the past. It was fascinating watching how times have changed, as the square tree-lined paths were now being cut by a huge crane with a chainsaw on the end, guided by a laser, as opposed to trimming by ...
... the change from an Italian network to France) and it turned out that we were a block away from each other. We planned to meet at the entrance to the Musee D’Orsey which is where we found them moments later. Monica, Luke and Pascal are good friends that we made when Zoe was first born. They left Victoria about five years ago and we have stayed in touch and Pascale and Zoe have remained best friends through Skype where they discuss the latest books ...