Premiere Classe Cergy Pontoise

Address: 3, Avenue Des Trois Fontaines, Cergy, Île-de-France, 95000, France | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on 3, Avenue Des Trois Fontaines, Cergy, is near Chateau d'Auvers, Absinthe Museum (Musee de l'Absinthe), Maison-Atelier de Daubigny, and Maréchal Ney.
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    Travel Blogs from Cergy

    Travel to Paris Day

    A travel blog entry by ramihaxhi on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... about 25 minutes and after 10 minutes I felt like I was in the Paris I expected.

    When I got to the apartment the host wasn't there and a neighbor who didn't speak English let me in and gave me the key. After resting for 30 minutes and settling in, I ventured out for a stroll and some dinner. So I've already seen some of the iconic sights like the Louvre and the Opera Guanier and ...

    Days #1: Paris

    A travel blog entry by welovetravel on May 25, 2015

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    Our first full day in Paris was Sunday. Alan had a ticket for the day at the French Open and really enjoyed it. He even got to see Roger Federer play for a little while. I (Allan) spent the day getting our apartment organized and breakfast items for the week. Then, I went to the Musee Picasso, which was fabulous. He spent most of his artistic career in various studios in Paris, ...

    More French Stuff

    A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 02, 2015

    4 comments

    ... s in the world. They sold the "royal" (as mentioned in pulp fiction), American themed burgers (like the Chicago burger), other random stuff. A mcchicken was 7.50 euros (about $8).

    Champs elysees is pronounced "shah zay lee zay". The way the french pronounce consonants is strange; they usually don't pronounce them at all; they only add a slight change to the way the vowels are pronounced. So in english, a word like Roosevelt would be ...

    It's Monday, and most things are closed in Paris

    A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 27, 2014

    17 photos

    But we found our petit dejeuner (breakfast) and then came back to do a little Internet in the lobby, and a little laundry in our room. (And Karen had said we were done with laundry the last time!). Then we found a bank machine, as our euro supply is dwindling. A few stamps, another carnet (bundle of ten) of Metro tickets, and we were ready! We took a new-to-us Metro route to arrive north at the base of Paris's only real hill, Montmartre. Remember Midnight in Paris? The winding ...

    A New Adventure In Paris

    A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Sep 19, 2014

    2 comments, 48 photos

    ... of Versailles, got tickets to the Palace, Gardens and Trianon. Saw the Palace first, very nice, very crowded and hot due to the amount of people. Stopped for morning tea in the Angelina cafe in the Palace and shared a citron tarte. Glad we did Palace first as crowds were building. Then we entered the gardens, absolutely spectacular as you will see, we walked down to the Canal and the thought we would hop on a petit train, which took us back where we started from. Oh well ...