Ibis Paris Porte De Bercy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... tickets. She says that it is our responsibility to check weight limits with the airline. I say that the weight limit has been printed on the tickets for most of the other airlines, so we haven't had to do this. I ask her why Air France doesn't print this on its tickets. She tells me that it is our responsibility to check weight limits with the airline. I ask her why Air France has a lower weight limit than all the other airlines. She tells me that it is ...
... one of the more popular wine bars, Wine by One.
I highly, highly recommend this little place. We found it on TripAdvisor, and, when we said that to the host, she seemed quite happy that we had stopped in and graciously explained to us in English how the place works. It's essentially a self-serve wine bar. You put a certain amount of money on a little card and then walk through the rooms. The wines are arranged ...
... ham and cheese sandwich on very fresh baguettes. We did a quick shop at the supermarche around the corner, stopped by our room quickly, then walked to the nearby Army Museum (Musee d'Armee) to visit the exhibit that includes WWI & II. There were uniforms, weapons, and other artifacts, as well as paintings from the late 1800's (when the Republic of France first had an army) and photos and film clips through both world wars, with a brief nod to the Cold War. It ...
... s the offseason, when tickets at the park cost $110 for just one park. We got a great deal! And there were almost no lines! We had no issues going on rides multiples times and getting to everything we wanted to. We had a great last day there and I am SO glad we decided to go. We were also to make it back to the Eiffel Tower (by running) in time to be there at 6:00 on the dot, because they turn on special lights at the top of the hour after dark and ...
... out all the expensive shops then down another street to the Eiffel Tower. This was a lot bigger than I (Cherie) thought it would be and of course there were lots and lots of tourists. Decided not to climb the tower but took lots of photos instead.
An interesting fact about the Eiffel Tower. Apparently the designer of the tower, Gustof Eiffel submitted his design at the end of the 1800's as an entry into a competition for the entrance to the Barcelona World Fair. The ...