Mercure Cergy Pontoise Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... the weather was clearing up a bit and we could see a lot of the city.
After Notre Dame, we made our way back to our room to regain some energy. We bought some Pain au Chocolat (you must buy some if you're in France), found the McDonald's for Wifi and made a plan for the evening. We bought some wine, went to Sacre Coeur, saw the sunset, went to the Latin Quarter to find dinner, and relaxed in a bar to chat for a while.
This was ...
... for my room. (Yep, hotel not hostel). More expensive and swish than any place I've stayed in the last 3 weeks. It is so nice to have a couple of nights in a room by yourself. Have shared with some champs and some, um, not so champs over the trio,so this will be a good change. The lady who greeted me spoke excellent English which helped, and she gave me a handy little map. Refreshed and ready to go I set out....
First port ...
... parisian man called Jean-Baptist was extremely knowledge and patient and we had a great day. We had lunch on the grass at the end of a huge lake with a view of the chateau at the end. The boys managed to empty the bottle of red wine, something about too heavy to carry back.... sure. Our day finished with a visit to the Chateau and of course the Hall of Mirrors, all very impressive. Another day we did a summit tour ...
... one. The problem with automatic pumps here in France is that they give you no choice as to how much money to authorise, typically about 100 Euro, which becomes unavailable from my account for a few days until the correct amount - usually something like 20 Euro - is correctly posted and the 100 Euro authorisation removed. It's a bit of a pain, so I carried on to the next petrol station where I found a normal, manned petrol station. With that taken care of I found a nearby ...
... is different. You have to know which zones you are going to and then buy a ticket for those zones. ARGH! I finished this whole post and it must not have saved. BOOO!! Oh well..I'll finish. I think I got some wrong advice about the trains because I thought it was going to cost me more that parking and gas to get to Versailles so I climbed stairs back to my car and just drove. The drive was just fine, parking was a breeze ...