Mercure Paris Val De Fontenay
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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... I needed a proof of residency to get one. I didn't bring proof of residency. I thought I was done with all of that ****, but apparently not. I found the letter that Beatrice had written for me (that the bank wouldn't accept), but I need a bill from them again. I get that it's only for residents in France, but why the heck would I want to spend 70 euros a month on a pass if I didn't live in France? Like just let me buy one ...
... hoping I was on the train ( nearly wasn't !!! ) and Sharon was commenting on my blog at 3 in the morning!! Good to be in contact and have someone reading it !! Lay down till Andrea came in. She caught up on news while making a delicious dinner. James msg he didn't have wifi and would talk tomorrow. Andrea wonderfully got me an American visa online. Sent Gerald mail then rung him. He will look into my airfares. Msg Willow but no ...
... building of scaffolds and duct-work andI discovered that to get to the top you take escalators and they are in tubes attached to the outside of the building. The views as you go up are great. I could see the whole city.
After a good hour there, I was half way to Notre Dame so I walked. There was a big line but it moved fast. My Paris Pass doesn't work to cut the line here as it is a free attraction, so I just cut the line myself. ...
... so fresh. Then we headed to, where else, the Eiffel Tower. Gabby and I have quickly adapted to the metro system's, we're a little impressed with our small town souls. As soon as we stepped out of the metro it was clear that Paris had a lot more gypsies than Barcelona did. The streets where full of men selling all the same miniature Eiffel Tower figurines. They were so obnoxious and really in your face asking you to buy from them. It got to ...
... overnight train journey was by now catching up with me and I had already covered some mileage so decided on a deliciously French lunch of jambon and frmage crepe and red wine at a nearby cafe. I retraced my journey through the Louvre and picked up a Nutella crepe and can of Kronenborg for a French themed jaunt up the Champs Elesys. Tres bon! The capital's most iconic road was longer than I had realised and I was relieved to finally reach ...