Mercure Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle
- Shuttle bus service
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... hundreds of kids blocking our view of the fireworks display we have been looking forward to since deciding on visiting this Disneyland park. I guess we will have to settle with the version someone uploaded on youtube when we get home and prop up our collection of teddy bears in front of the tv to recreate the blocked view we had tonight. As soon as the fireworks ended we made a bee line for the train located just outside bag check security. We were fortunate to make it on the ...
... to Gare du Nord station. Once there, we grabbed our luggage and walked to our apartment. We knew it would not be readyfor our arrival as check in is around 2, but Jason (our landlord!) stored our bags for us and advised us on a breakfast place nearby. We wandered over to HolyBelly, which is like a French Stella's, and the boys feasted on pancakes. Evan looked near death, but the pancakes seemed to wake him up briefly. Afterwards, we explored the Canal St. Martin neighbourhood for a ...
... sell you all sorts of things. Like at the Eiffel Tower, no joke, these street people asked us about 50 times if we wanted wine, champagne, or beer. Umm if I say no to one person that doesn't mean the next time or the 500th time I'll say yes. Well, on the walk to the basilica these men were trying to put hand made bracelets on everyone saying it was for free but really they would expect some sort of money. The only freaky thing is they were very aggressive with it and grabbed ...
... bed, I'm feeling a lot better. We got to try going into a French pharmacy where all the medicine is different. Luckily the pharmacist spoke English so we were able to explain our cold symptoms and get the right stuff. I ended up with a type of Asprin and decongestant combination which seems to do the trick but leaves my brain a bit foggy. About half of us are out of decommission and the other half are waiting for the cold to strike them! Wish us a speedy recovery as we head to ...
... decided to spend the 14.50 euro each to go up to the top of the tower by elevator. I don't know what it costs, but you can go up by the stairs also. Also, you can go only to the first level by elevator for 8.50 euro. The view was sure worth it, although we had to wait in a lineup for quite a while for the elevator from the first level to the top. We took the metro and got back to the apartment about ...