Premiere Classe Boissy-St-Leger

Address: Parc D'Activites De La Haie Griselle 4, Rue Pompadour, Boissy-Saint-Leger, Île-de-France, 94478, France | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Parc D'Activites De La Haie Griselle 4, Rue Pompadour, Boissy-Saint-Leger, is near Bateaux Parisiens, Parc Zoologique de Paris, Bois de Vincennes, and Gisele.
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    Travel Blogs from Boissy-Saint-Leger

    Midnight in Paris

    A travel blog entry by patnyc on Oct 05, 2015

    25 photos

    ... He was so impressed with them, we now own a CD, Le temps passe by Les Presteej (all in French and on You-Tube).

    We spent the entire day strolling through the Montmartre streets, having a late lunch at a café (it was a gray, cool, drizzly day), and heading back to the Metro. On the way, we found a little pocket park, Square Jehan Rictus, and this intriguing ...

    My nose is leaking, send help

    A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Sep 19, 2015

    1 photo

    ... with me and get all that stuff settled.

    I decided since I was already out to go to the store and get some food and pens. I only brought non normal colored pens, so I was in need of a black one. I also bought myself my own box of kleenix because of my leaking nose and more orange juice because I am determined that if I drink enough of it, I will feel better. I have also turned to at home remedies to make my nose stop leaking. I'll let you know how it ...

    An American tour guide in Paris - Not

    A travel blog entry by 4evr2findu on Aug 02, 2015

    10 photos

    ... me it wasn't so much the 900 ft tall tower looming in front of me. Rather it was taking in the incredible feat of engineering required in the late 1800's to construct this structure that is still standing to this day. The curves in the steel, the elevator system running up the angled base supports, the three different viewing levels are all a sight to behold. And then there were the lines for tickets. By 10AM the lines for tickets to the ...

    Bienvenue a Paris!

    A travel blog entry by camrankin on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... we visited Omaha Beach and the Visitor Center and cemetery. It was so moving to think about what the Allies accomplished on D-Day, especially with the involvement of the Americans without whom everyone said, we could not have beaten the Germans. The stories of individuals who gave all, including their lives, to save the world from repression, were amazing and deeply moving. The environs are lovely and peaceful; certainly their sacrifice is remembered and ...

    The trip is almost over :(

    A travel blog entry by owenwilliams214 on Apr 29, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... a Starbucks Frappacinno where I got called "Wen" (close enough I reckon). The view from the 8th floor of the shopping center was amazing. We also visited a church where there was an amazing view from the top of many stairs. Now of to bed for our last night in France ...