Ibis Paris Xeme Lafayette
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... be anything from those over the age of 45, to those with children. Yes those with children--at Disneyland.
At the end of the day in the park there is a large firework show above the Disney castle at precisely 7pm. Just one show, and precisely at 7. The entire park waits it out with their tired kids and jam into the main courtyard to watch. When the show ends, the entire park exits at one time (didn't we ...
... then the Lourve before we jumped off to see the main 'Love lock' Bridge. It was amazing how many locks were on there, its a wonder it hasn't collapsed yet!! we have seen sooo many of these lock locks bridges, fences and trees on our travels and after Kate asking at every one I finally let her Lock our Love haha!! We purchased one off one of the Street Sellers and wrote our initials and the date then found a spot..... dodgy lock didn't close properly so our love ...
OR both of them here....and scroll down for a video if interested...http://www.francemusique.f r/emission/open-jazz/2013-2014/vincent- peirani-emile-parisien-les-vertes-annee s-de-la-belle-epoque-03-11-2014-18-02
... To get there involved walking through the Marais district, which is the hip area that was and still is the Jewish quarter of Paris and is full of trendy little shops and cafe's. I got there about 1am and decided to grab a filled baguette at a patisserie to eat at a park in a square I had planned to visit called Place de Vosges #98 of 1813 attractions. It was a great lunch in ...
... Say what? No way. Seems the French don't care much for Eurail passes nor the people who use them. So they restrict them by requiring a reservation (usually made weeks in advance) and a serious up-charge. We spoke to a nice lady in the train station window and explained that we wanted to take the slow train to Paris, not wanting to pay the extra money. We told her we saw one that left at 7:55 am. She had never heard of such a ...