Ibis Paris Maisons Laffitte
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... something to show other Royalty who visited. It seems fitting that on the day of the death of Gough Whitlam, we see a place that helped finally bring about an end to the injustices of previous eras and paved the way for a more equitable society. I find it ironic that the Emperors, installed by the people seeking equality ended up living in the same opulence as the Royalty who had lost their heads. I suspect Napoleon, like his royal predecessors suffered from a ...
... hurdle has been getting from A to B and Bobbie has figured it out with few exceptions. The Paris subway is a marvel, we never waited more than a few minutes to make connections, and the people watching is marvelous. We ended the day at a sidewalk cafe near our hotel, I enjoyed a Campari and soda, to get ready for Italy, Bobbie is studying Italian here in our room as I type this ...
... back of course where they like to stick the uncool families with small annoying children so we don't scare off the hip customers. Dinner was very good I had ravioli and Aaron had a pork dish surprising the food at some of thee places that sort of look like a scuzzy bar, Aaron thought that it had seen a lot during its time. Like maybe the war. Which I guess is possible. Well we have seen a lot and really need a break from our vacation. A short stay over in Amsterdam and then back ...
Just a quick entry to say that we've arrived safely in Paris and are now settling into our lovely b&b. You can see the website here: http://www.courcelles-parc.com/ The owner, Phillipe, has shown us to our amazing room and now we are going to force ourselves out for a walk and a light tea. Feeling pretty jetlagged and woozy but hopefully after a good sleep tonight in a comfortable bed we'll feel a little more human tomorrow. Will write more ...
It was a fantastic day for travelling - wet and cold! We nearly got blown away when we went to Leeds-Bradford Airport. Had a great flight, Jet2 weren't dodgy at all for a budget airline, it was much the same as flying with Virgin Australia. We picked up the hire car (a diesel Renault Scenic) from Charles de Gaulle and Rob was an ABSOLUTE LEGEND driving across the top of Paris when he's never driven on the right hand side of the ...