Mercure Paris Sud Les Ulis
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Sorry, missed my entry last night. I think our bodies are wearing out with all this walking and stair mastering. We came home from Versailles and relaxed on the bed watching Netflix for a few hours drinking wine. But it was a great day. Had an interesting travel experience to get there as apparently no one in the metro info centres spoke English yesterday. So we followed the printed directions provided by a worker the ...
... land and practically across the road from the hotel. We soon discovered that this is a meeting ground for the mothers and kids of the area. Already when we got there, there were a few dozen kids playing very happily in groups while their mothers sat in their own groups chatting. While we were sitting there more and more families arrived until eventually there must have been up to 100 or so kids playing while the various mothers and nannies looked on. It really was great to ...
... artist we liked and made a deal on 3 of the larger 11x17 watercolors of the views from the bridge. We're really hoping these look good over our fireplace because we don't have much free wall space! Pleased with our purchase we thought we should go find some yummy things to take on a picnic to the Eiffel Tower tonight. We got a bottle of actual champagne, some salami, a wedge of brie (which unfortunately tasted like boiled brussels sprouts), a ...
In the middle of the Place de la Concorde is one of two obelisk that once guarded the entrance to the Luxor Temple in Egypt. It was gifted to the French by the Egyptian Government in the 19th century, and was erected in the spot where the guillotine was that took thousands of lives, including Louis XVI and his wife Marie Antoinette, during the Reign of Terror. The Place de la Concorde is big. It covers over 21 acres and is the biggest square in Paris, and although it now has ...
... ran away. Apparently this is a pretty common scam where they take money or get you to reveal where you keep your wallet to have it immediately picked. Thanks Jill! Shortly after we went our separate ways and I went to get in line. The line I was in was super long and I saw a shorter line nearby for "stairs only". It turns out that taking the stairs, which I wanted to do anyways, was cheaper and had a faster line! I climbed to the top and had more ...