Mercure Paris Ivry Quai De Seine
Travel Blogs from Ivry-sur-Seine
... themselves.. Interesting! The weather today was beautiful clear blue sky's and very warm, walking through the city was amazing. Our next mission was to find the Efiel tower, who would have thought a building 1000m tall was so hard to find!, took us roughly 30mins of walking the streets, attempting to follow maps and street signs before we located the tip of it behind some buildings. (Didn't help that the maps provided ...
... witnessed 1343 people guillotined around 1793-5 including Marie Antoinette. The square was given its present name after the reign of terror in the hope it would become a place of peace and harmony.
From there we made our way on to Avenue des Champs Élysées, it's one of the globe's most sought after address, it has grandeur and glamour. First laid out in the 17th century, it's we're the Tour de France holds its final sprint. ...
... car free Main Street and shopping area.
I bought a lovely necklace...all coloured buttons.
Then on to Bordeaux and a lovely motel.
Too far out of town to do any exploring .... Which is a plus really as we had a group dinner here... Lovely...and so loud... everyone talking to everyone....and it really allowed people to mix and get to know each other.
On to Biarritz tomorrow... Perhaps a swim in the Atlantic...27 degrees here today. Then into Pamplona for the ...
... their 40s... Have a caravan at Seaview Caravan Park in Cowes. They are in the opposite corner of the park to me. And we have chatted around the pool down there. (They thought I looked familiar but they definitely remembered Dash.) Told you I am known as the 'Dog Lady' down there. Stopped at Tours. Beautiful city. Had a lovely lunch with a group from the tour. We had about 2 hours free time to wander the town. Magnificent hanging gardens from overhead ...
It was the day of the famous land marks today. An orientation of the city gave us an idea of where we might spend the next two days but today was THE DAY. Certainly seeing Notre-Dame and the Eiffel Tower again was not a disappointment. In fact I think I appreciated their grandness even more. Our arrival at Notre Dame was early so the queue to go into the Cathedral was not long compared with the Eiffel Tower. While it was not compulsory to ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking