Novotel Cergy Pontoise
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... out the souvenir stores as we typically did. We are known by all the shop owners now as tourists....not sure if the I love Australia tshirts has anything to do with it ;) We then hailed a taxi home and had the entertainment of meeting a driver who at every stop would whip out the street directory to work out where to go and where we were...I wonder if he had a dot on the map saying "you are here":) At was pretty much day 2 in Paris. Stay tuned for further instalments ...
... peeks through our curtains, while a couple chat amicably in the cobbled street below-ah Paris, je t'aime. We awoke very early again this morning. Kids seemed to leap out of bed and were full of beans, whilst we were nursing blistered feet and aching knees. Mum was picked up by her cousin to spend a couple of days with them, whilst we explore Versailles. The walk to the closest RER station was only a 10 minute stroll across the Seine, ...
... pas passé d’accord avec le DoJ Batterie HP 462890-251 et devront donc plaider leur cause devant un tribunal dans le cadre d’un procès.
Les mises à jour HP 462890-541 ses applications Facebook et Twitter sur BlackBerry vont permettre aux utilisateurs de partager tweets et statuts directement via la messagerie BBM.RIM a annoncé hier une série de mises à jour ...
... weather after the flight yesterday (mainly just a sore throat) so I might have picked something up there. Basically I just threw some painkillers down my throat and slept all afternoon. Not an ideal way to spend a holiday in Paris but we figured staying at home and trying to recover would mean less time out of action (Ioana is fine by the way, sleeping like a log and healthy like an ox). ...
... soccer game in a park or an emply field. We visited the Luxemburg Gardens where six acres were occupied by people just sitting and relaxing. Today was not a warm day--52 degrees but people were outside. They were eating in outside cafes.
In most large European cities pickpockets and panhandlers are common. There are also street musicians playing for donations. We saw a jazz quartet, a big band group, a man playing ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed