Mercure Paris Porte de Versailles Expo
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Paris Porte de Versailles Expo Vanves
Travel Blogs from Vanves
Au revoir, Paris!
Tomorrow we head back home to the USA. It has been such a fantastic trip but it will be good to be home once more.
Random Thoughts on Being Here…
Guimauves are marshmallows.
Dogs and children are unleashed. Both seem to roam free but are actually under the watchful eyes of owners or parents. Dogs are more cognizant of owners than children are ...
Today was more of a relaxing day we started it off by going to the restaurant on top of the Pompidou, it was delish. Then we went to a park. But this park was no ordinary park. The park had a zoo, an amusement park, an impossible house of mirrors, and a water park, and a ropes course, and finally to top it off it had a trampoline park! It was the largest park in all of Paris. After the amazing day at the park we went to our favorite eatery for ...
On three previous trips to Paris, L'Orangerie has been closed. That's over a 13 year period. Initially it was closed for restoration. Then the restoration exposed unknown Roman archaeology that had then to be incorporated into the museum. Finally it reopened a year or so ago. This was our first trip to Paris since it was reopened and it was going to be the first thing we saw.
WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Have a look at the photograph. An ...
... in the Gardens and barely got to see the Palace, so this time we decided to go into the Palace first. We walked around, through all the state rooms including the hall of mirrors. We then went out into the gardens where we rented bikes. Needless to say, I never was and still am not good at riding a bike!! I fell of the bike into a puddle of mud - it was sooooo funny. We rode around the gardens for an hour and ...
... Catacombes and Musee de'Orseey (spelling?), but we ran out of time. Having said that, Paris is just such a lovely place to just walk around, baguette or crepe in hand, or to sit and observe from a cafe with a coffee and a macaron. Have I mentioned how good the food is?!? So long for now. We're off exploring the French countryside currently, which has been an, err, interesting experience. More about that later in my next blog. Hope you are well at home, and happy Easter! Au revoir! ...