Le Fabe Hotel
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We arrived at Charles DeGaul airport at 9 a.m. Paris time. We didn't want to really think about what that translated to in 'our time’. After squeezing the entire population of 450 passengers …
Following our final night with Keri's family we drove to the airport & farewelled them till next time, sure to return.
We were then off on the road again and after leaving our car hire at the airport we flew the 1 & 1/2hrs on Jet2 from Leeds to Paris, whilst flying we prepared ourselves for the new adventures that await. …
... yesterday I saw signs everywhere for crepes and this morning I go looking for one and can't find any.. Damn! After breakfast this morning we meant to just kill an hour before hitting the road in the luxury shopping center and we accidentally spent 2.5 hours and neither of us bought a single thing... We then had sushi for lunch (Italy does it better) and hit the road. We started driving towards London. We didn't want to take a long ferry so we too the other ...
After a family vote to plan out the last few days in Paris, the boys were eager to visit the Catacombs. A macabre choice, but given our trip has been peppered with discussions about guillotines and medieval torture chambers, it was no surprise that they had interest in visiting a mass underground burial created in the late 1700s. A bit of background... in the 1700s, Paris was not the immaculate city that exists today. The ...
Paris is making bedroom eyes at me. And i certainly never have to look very far to see its beauty peaking over a shoulder, around a corner. Which is not to say i haven't been seeking out less picturesque locales. Case in point: I set out north this morning, past La Gare du Nord and to a neighborhood in the northern Paris suburbs named Saint-Ouen. I'm excited to see what is said to be the site of Europe's largest flea market (2500 stalls!), though upon exiting the subway, i ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Fabe Hotel Paris
The room was small however you cant expect much space in European Hotels. It was beautifully renovated with nice artwork in each room.
The staff were very friendly and extrememly helpful with transport and attractions.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.