Mercure Paris Ivry Quai De Seine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... As we walked through the park, all of a sudden there was some yelling and congregation of these hawkers, then they were off rushing to find a spot to hide ( it was like a hungry tiger had seen them). It was the Police who had snatched one of them, when the coast was clear they came out from the bushes. Amusing to watch as they hide like kids playing hide and seek in the trees, they slowly return minutes later as the Police move away with their catch of the day. We arrived back ...
... most modern wonders the level of detail is incredible. As a person with zero artistic ability these things really impressive me. And all done without computers or machines. I didn't go in bc, well, I'm broke but it was still amazing.
I noticed that my pictures have had really blue skies in them and thought it was some setting on my iPod. But now that I think about it Europe just has much clearer skies than Asia. I'm biased because I lived in a city ...
Our weather in Paris was not starting out too well but by the end the weather prognosticators were proved wrong. Rain turned into partly cloudy days that were just fine for walking and museum going.
Lunch turned out to be one of the highlights on Friday. Musee d'Orsay's new restaurant on the top floor was wonderful. Sitting next to a couple from Louisiana and another from Chicago. Light chatter from all of us and good food in a beautiful ...
... 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 ...
... you could possibly need on Vélib locations, bike availability and directions. When the weather is fine (i.e. not raining) there’s no better way to get around the city without blistering your feet, especially if you wear shoes as unsuitable as I do. Be warned: one way streets are everywhere in Paris, and can make your pleasant journey a little more stressful, as can the cobbled streets. Nonetheless, it’s a much better way ...