Novotel Marne La Vallee Collegien
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... won't see much at all. It appeared that very few things were open while the fireworks were on. They had started roping off sections and hour before hand that I couldn't see had anything to do with the fireworks. But as soon as the fireworks were over they kicked us out and I didn't see many people shopping. We were very excited about getting a cup of tea at Starbucks on the way back to the hotel. I think I was the first person who had ever asked for a tea. We got there in the ...
Yesterday we hopped on the bus and went across town to the Eiffel Tower. It was the last bus stop on the line, so we figured that's a good place to start our exploration. The French Open is currently being played, so a huge screen was set up on the Champs de Mars (the lawn) in front of the Eiffel tower and people lounged watching the tennis match. We wandered under the tower and decided not to ride up to the top. ...
... ball. 7:15pm we are at a laundromat!! What a way to spend (some) of Saturday night in Paris! Getting desperate though and we've been hand washing since we left home. Met some nice people here and managed to have semi conversations - mainly regarding how to use the machines! Having tea (sushi platter and then pastries) while washing is being done. The rest of the night ended up being spent at the hotel researching/organising things for London - including a re packing of ...
... we went and saw Notre Dame. All I wanted was for Esmeralda to come greet me at the door. She never game though. However they were having some sort of festival and it was beautiful there were balloons everywhere. That night we went to one of those infamous european clubs and boy was it crazy... very stereotypical. It was called Duplex. We got in a cab and told him the name and he takes us to the arc de triomphe which was stunning and ...
... and beautiful. But at the same time, hundreds of other people are filing in and out of the space, their footsteps echoing and amplifying against the walls, talking - not whispering - to let themselves be heard to their companions, kids crying or laughing or yelling, running about. And the beats of the music just out front of the cathedral, the cheers of the crowd intrude on the atmosphere as well. Could they not have planned accordingly, closed the front doors, ...