Mercure La Defense 5 Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure La Defense 5 Hotel Paris
We were very impressed with our hotel in Paris. Hotel rooms in Europe are generally smaller and more compact compared to hotels in Australia and tea and coffee facilities rarely provided. Our room however was very stylish and comfortable and the continental breakfast buffet offered a satisfying selection. Staff were very helpful and friendly too.
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Our Paris experience continues with a not such a late start, off to the metro- la defence to explore more of this beautiful city. We set out to find the cemetery where Jim Morrison from the Doors is buried, no worries finding it and the grave site. We even had to change stations. It was very interesting just strolling leisurely thorough the …
We arrived in Paris and viewed the Versailles Palace, checked into hotel in a storm. Got settled into hotel as we are here for 5 nights and 6 days, sounded great to us!!
Not too long to get settled, off we go again for a quick tour of sights and free time - dinner at a lovely cafe looking toward the Arch de Triomphe, (just happened to fluke it …
... cosmopolitan and reasonably priced restaurants for paris wit lots of patisseries around which Jeff just loves.
did a 5 hrwalking tour this morning. Weather still beautifull. Hope it last another week.
Can't wait to hear how Ireland went Julie and Dennis.
Also curtis airport drama.
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... to Gare du Nord so we could book tickets for our train ride to Calais tomorrow morning. A huge station on 3 levels - a bit like an international airport in some ways. Eventually we got the tickets booked (after a few questions and queue waiting). Paid .70 € each to use the toilet - but we're happy paying as it guarantees a clean and serviced toilet (dearest we've paid is €1.50 - at the Louvre). Next we took the metro to Chateau Rouge ...