Novotel Cergy Pontoise
Travel Blogs from Cergy
... sellers, I bought it at gallery Lafayette....though didn't pay much for it! It's so busy, so many people, lights, cars. So much happening and yep more markets,ice skating, you name it am d I'm sure you could have indulged in whatever you would like. Chantal was a wealth of knowledge so you'll have to stay tuned for the night shots and full details. We catch the bus and the metro home. Exhausted but oh what a fun ...
... you. Well that's what the waiter said anyway. She wore clothes that made her look homeless, but according to the waiter she lived in an enormous apartment near there. She was just at the table next to us asking for a cigarette and I was getting a little scared and then the waiter came and asked her to go away. I had a great lunch other than that. I think the rest of the day was boring, but you know ...
... by the sheer volume of working class dead and their families. And on a purely logistical level, one can scarecely imagine a funeral in these grounds being able to host more than a small handful of people. The cemetary itself is gargantuan and sprawling. I spent three hours at Highgate, and could easily do the same here. Circulating through the divisions reading tombstones and taking pictures, i rarely catch a glimpse of another living person. On a leaf-strewn side path, i cross ...
Today we drove to Patreksfjördur which is very much southwest and in fact almost as much as west as it goes. Great weather the whole day. Beautiful scenery and again stark, wild with the most fantastic views when all you can think is how small man is and how resilient. Have taken lots of photos with great cliffs and tiny tiny houses nestling at the bottom. Unexpectedly we drove past a small house with a thatched ...
... walked up hill, in the heat, both ways, to Sacré Coeur. At the bottom of the hill was a carousel that Kian would have really enjoyed, and a ton of walking vendors in your face trying to sell you tourist ****, which Kian wouldn't have enjoyed.
We walked up the hill and met Angela, Kian and Gillian. Kian was smiling wide as he enjoyed his 3rd ice cream of the day (it was hot, after all) - this one a popsicle.
We all toured inside the church with the throngs and ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed