Mercure Paris Le Bourget
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the French air controllers were on strike and were not returning to work in time for our initial flight to land. A couple of phone calls later and we were rebooked on a later flight, with improved seating. Oh well, a couple more hours in the Atlanta airport and a couple of hours later getting into Paris. Not what we ordered but endurable.
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Had a slow start today. Headed out to Montmartre for our last excursion on the Paris Passes. Metroed with the hordes like pros today and hit Blanche station to pick up our mini train instead of climbing to the top of Sacre Cour. Couldn't see the damn sign for the first few walk abouts but figured it out eventually.. Montmartre is the centre for the bohemian artist lifestyle and apparently the birthplace of French cabaret. We saw the famous Moulin Rouge known by the ...
... Louvre. Used the 'secret stairs' Octavia told us about yesterday and didn't have to line up at all to buy our tickets. The line at the main glass pyramid was long and we walked past it to get straight in. A bit weird to see all the high end shop, but particularly Starbucks under the Louvre. Spent about 2 hours looking at the fantastic displays. The museum itself is art. Beautiful. 2 hours gave us a small but impressive taste of the Louvre. We were told by a man yesterday that ...
Our last day of vacation was a slow, relaxing one...mostly due to the crazy temperatures outside. We are definitely looking forward to getting back to SF weather! The only outdoor activity we can do in this heat is sit in a pool or the ocean, and we don't have either as an option. So we strolled through Ile St-Louis again, confirmed that the line into Notre Dame was still too long to consider, then decided to get some relief from the heat at the Orsay museum. There are so many ...
Beautiful city. The architecture is of elegant palaces and grand buildings and apartments are In old, many storied stone buildings with tall windows which open inward to let the light and air in..(no screens) most with tiny terraces enclosed in wrought iron. Flower boxes filled with geraniums and outdoor plants adorn the terraces. Streets are narrow and busy, yet young people ride bicycles with no fear. Small Parks and fountains are found everywhere- most tucked away ...