Mercure Paris Sud Les Ulis
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... around 9 AM, and somehow figured out the public transportation system and found our way to our hostel. We knew there was a Chipotle somewhere in Paris and came prepared with the address to find it. We walked about 30 minutes and ate our well-deserved-5-dollar-more-expensive burritos accompanied by our pumpkin spice lattes from the Starbucks that Paris so kindly had at every corner for us.
After lunch, we made the spontaneous decision to go to Disneyland Paris because ...
... on a coffee ,Garry had caught me dozing in a corner at the marine museum so was probably a necessity at this point. It was currently displaying Tattoo exhibition I thought it might be interesting but I lost interest pretty quickly . We caught the Metro to the Arc Di Triomphe , it was a cool day and we had dressed a bit warmer . Thank god I had shoved a singlet in my bag for half way up the 383 stairs I did a quick strip and changed tops with Garry keeping watch on ...
... 2 million in the first cemetery alone. This freed up valuable public land. ( the place da la Concorde is actually a reclaimed cemetery ) Also found a taxi driver today that wanted us to join them. He thought he could drive the streets of Paris while texting and talking on his phone. He was wrong. All ok. Just damaged his car on a tunnel wall. Ironically it was the same tunnel that lady Diana died in. Lady Diana came off much ...
... some if the internal decorations and ceilings in some parts of the building, they were quite stunning and in some cases better than what we saw at the palace in Versailles. Some of the other things we saw included the Cupid and Psyche statue, the captive (the dying slave) statue by Michelangelo, Aphrodite 'Venus de Milo' and the massive painting of 'the consecration of the emperor Napoleon', we actually also saw this at the palace too. One of the highlights was ...
... on us. We took a bit of time in there because all of us were indecisive about what we wanted and what colors and whatnot. We then asks the workers for a macaroon place near by so we could try them for the first time. The place was Lauderee. They were all so colorful and perfectly displayed. I ended up trying salted carmel, chocolate, vanilla, coffee, Marie Antoinette, and raspberry. They were all very good but my favorite was probably chocolate especially put in your mouth with ...