Ibis Paris Defense Courbevoie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Eiffel Tower. Issy says she wonders how many of these get taken home. After dinner we walk around the first level. There are swings and bean bags for people to sit on. There are even exercise bikes for people to sit on. I go to the toilet. Everything in the toilet is bright red, including all the tiles, the toilets and the urinals. Issy says the ladies is the same, except presumably for the urinals. We walk back to the hotel. We agree that this evening has been a really magical ...
... flowers in bloom. The touts are still there though trying to get you to buy dodgy souvenirs or sign a petition. Once past them, it's all a slow walk towards the Champs Elysees. We take a side track towards an interesting looking building,which turns out to be La Madeleine, initially built by Napoleon in honour of his grand army and later becoming a church. While there, we saw a choir practising for a concert and a woman playing the piano. I ...
... bus loads there! No orientals tho!! We got the audio tour and proceeded through the old mansion looking at all different artworks. No Monets!! Finally we found the Monet floor (Monet's last remaining son who had no heirs left his collection to this museum). Saw some Monet's that I had never seen before. Interesting collection! We were going to try to find the JacqueMart Museum but decided not to rush the day! We found a quaint little cafe close to ...
Well the plan this morning was to do the washing, then Musee D'Orsay, Louvre, L'Orangerie and dinner out in Trocadero. What actually happened? Harry and Lonnie go to do the washing at 0800 as the man said the laundromat opened at 7am. When we arrived it wasn't open so went back to the apartment for a cup of tea while Ash and JD were waiting for the supermarket to open at 8.30am. Harry and Lonnie back ...
A little more relaxed today, got up 15 minutes later, cooked breakfast instead of gulping wheaties, and took a prettier route to school. Still made it in time to buy 'un cafe a emporter' to take into class where we were first in. The others all sauntered in over the next 20 minutes while Tania, Laurie's teacher patiently went on with the lesson. We just happened to walk past a gorgeous knitwear shop ...