Mercure Cergy Pontoise Centre
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... br> We reached Notre Dame and headed straight for the entrance to the dome. The line stretched down the block and past the church. Mario decided that, as of today, Paris would no longer be the city of lights, but the City of Lines. I think it works. We looped around the back of the cathedral, walking through the park and admiring flower gardens that are still in bloom. We watched a man crank a pipe organ upon which ...
... coffee, wandered around, got a bite to eat and then checked into a very small room! It is smaller than the bedroom at home and the bathrooms in it too! We can only just fit the luggage in! We went straight to sleep, well almost as it is very noisy from the street and also from the corridor in the "hotel". Definite early night ...
... with a friend and Jane took a full day tour of Versailles ...which she thoroughly enjoyed. Tonight is our last night in Paris and we are still undecided as to what we will do.....needless to say it will be fun.... Tomorrow early start off to Le Puy by train where we will meet Helen whose bag from Rome has finally been located...thank goodness. Next blog will be....Le ...
... And one time I saw the gardeners cutting the trees.
It was owned by a very rich king and queen and the garden was so big that you could not see the end of the garden.
When we went into the palace the first thing we went to was the rooms with pictures of the palace and those rooms weren't very exciting.
Then there were lots of interesting rooms. The gaming ...
Mmm breakfast was great and the best part was that it was free!! After breakfast I waited for my walking tour (I really am a fan of these) and pretty soon we were on our way. We took the metro to get to the meeting point for all the hostels and on that's where I met a girl from Australia, Erin. She too was a solo traveler so we decided to stick together for the day! Looking back I'm glad we did. Once we got to our first stop I ran into Marco ...