Mercure Cergy Pontoise Centre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... better but we decide to not spend 2 more hours waiting to see dead people underground. Instead after a cafe creme we decide to visit the cemetery Montparnasse. (Dead people above the ground!) We saw Brancusi's The Kiss - on a young women's tomb and Simone de Beauvoir with Jean Paul Satre together - and an amazing cat for a young man. The cemetery was quiet and cool and beautiful. Lunch at on a ...
... saw the opulence and extravagance of the royalty! Our afternoon & early evening was spent at 2 main top class shopping centres next to each other in Paris city. They were called Printemps & Layfettes. We preferred Layfettes overall but especially because we could stay upstairs in air conditioning to sit, eat, & talk with a view of the Eiffel Tower in the background. The outside temperature ranged from ...
... down through Le Jardin des Tuileries until we reached the Louvre. We are planning on spending the day there on Thursday because they are predicting rain. Took lots more pics of the amazing architecture and the glass pyramid which encloses the main entrance to the Louvre. After that we walked back to apartment totalling over 8km altogether for the day. We stopped off at rue Montorgueil and went to the patisserie for croissants for afternoon tea. I ...
Hi all, well this is my last post and I apologise if this has been a boring blog. We have had a fairly quiet day in Paris compared to the other days. We went for a short walk and found a nice little street full of places to eat. We went to a little cafe for lunch and then strolled back in the afternoon to our hotel. Went ...
... with itself at the entry! We were astounded but we stuck it out and hoped against hope we would get through before our 4 30 Eiffel Tower climb. Once we positioned ourselves is when the rain started. It was a fine drizzle at first and Briony’s decision to bring her spray jacket payed off in spades as we both huddled under the brolly (thanks Di for that one). We sat there and watched 4 American guys 3 of which had jackets like Briony and one who was using a plastic shopping bag as ...