Ibis Paris Defense Courbevoie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... our hotel, we entered a chocolatier shop to taste test their gelato and macaroni (cookies that are colorful and look like mini hamburgers). Mmmmmmm :-). So I've mentioned how cold it is here... I have to imagine how charming this city is in warmer, flowering time, weather. It's probably way more crowded, too, but still the wintertime scene has a beauty of its own that's not easy to articulate. Seeing the shapes of the leaf barren tree branches is fascinating. Plus the French love ...
... Levity fills the carriage and one woman rises and starts videoing herself dancing with the musicians in her background. She then collects for the buskers and then the bloke on the sax walks through with his little leather purse out. The housewives continue to banter long after the buskers have gone. I expect this is the beginning of a memorable day for them. They may dine on this story for ages, we were glad to be rid of the boisterous biddies. We pass through ...
... called him a sneaky *******, then had him put the necklace on her. And that's the story of how Justin managed to make the sceptical Christina tear at the Eiffel Tower. The view of the city was also quite nice (see photos). Tired of elevator waits and buoyed with romance, we decided to walk down the stairs from the second level. By the time we found our way to the metro, we'd been walking around Paris for 10 hours. A quick stop at a store ...
This is it...last day, and Paris has turned in a stinker of a day..cold and wet. Lucky we have our raincoats! After a bit of a sleep in after the Rouge last night, which I have never seen some many perky pecs in one place, which was great. (I mean the show of course!) We decided to have breakfast out this morning. Went to the Champs de Élysées were we had the croissants and omelette etc. for breakfast, watching the world go by. Google ...
... very packed train station and was so happy I bought a return ticket in the morning - there were 100s of people in line to buy the return ticket. Back in Paris, I got off the train near the Notre Dame that was in really nice afternoon light. I had a fixed price meal at a Moroccan restaurant and then headed to the International bus station - it was super easy to transfer from the metro to the station. At 11pm, my Euroline bus to Amsterdam departed, and very ...