Ibis Paris Gennevilliers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Well it is amazing what a good night's sleep can do - much happier boys this morning! Breakfast in bed, catching up on the newspapers at home. Boys watching French cartoons -supposedly to improve their Francais, but........ Out with the metro maps to figure out which one will take us to L'Opera to get the Big Bus Tour tickets with our Paris Pass. On the top deck of the bus, we get good photos of the Pyramid at the Louvre. A few more ...
Thankyou all for the tips to help us get over our malaise, but we are on the path to recovery, you can't keep a good dog down, can you. After much angst, I wrote about my day in French and got a "bravo, parfait" from Dorothée, a bit of an exaggeration, but encouraging. We had to go to the Immigration Office on the way home, they have given us a date for ...
What a **** day. That is an under statement! Part way through the trip through versailles palace, Joelene, myself and our travelling mate Danielle thought, this is ****. The crowds became just sardine like. It was seriously like being in a mosh pit. So much so, in one room we decided to hang back and let the 3 Chinese tour groups punch their way through. We waited until they had cleared as there seemed to be very few after them. As we walked through we were surrounded ...
... a disappointment. I ordered eggs benedict, which was good but not outstanding. My advice would be to check out the gift shop and use the upstairs bathroom while you are there (by far the largest we've encountered here) and skip the overpriced and overhyped fare. Next we went to the Orsay Museum. They have a bunch of Rodin sculptures and Van Goghs and works by Degas and the Impressionists. It was wonderful! Mom was especially impressed with their stained glass doorways. We ...
... back to our place and crashed. I think Paris wins for jankiest trains of the trip. Brussels is a close 2nd, but in Paris the trains are old AND you can unlatch and open the door while the train is still moving! Yes, you unlatch most of them. I told you - janky! I don't think the doors are on motion sensors - they beep and then fly closed and I'd hate to be caught in one. These trains have seen better days, which is surprising because everything else here is ...