Premiere Classe Drancy

Address: 10 Rue de Stalingrad , St-Denis, Île-de-France, 93700, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Rue de Stalingrad , St-Denis, is near Air and Space Museum (Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace), Parc de la Villette, La Cite des Enfants, and Zenith.
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    Travel Blogs from St-Denis

    Final Days in Paris

    A travel blog entry by kawiusue on May 22, 2015

    5 comments, 7 photos

    On Friday we decided on a whole day visit to the Palace of Versailles. This is where lots of Kings called Louis have lived including number 16 who, along with his wife Marie Antoinette got their heads chopped off by the French Revolutionaries. We were not alone however. About 20 tour bus loads, countless car loads and several train loads of people had decided to do the same. We quickly realised that the only way to get in was to stand in a snake like queue for about 3 hours. Just when ...

    Paris Disney

    A travel blog entry by duncanabbie on Jan 17, 2015

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... the Walt Disney Studios park to discover more, bigger, faster, wilder rides. My favourite was The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, an elevator ride with a difference. I screamed, loudly! Unfortunately, a couple of rides recommended by friends (Ella and the Haski) were closed for refitting, Space Mountain in particular, and Big Thunder Mountain (temporarily closed for maintenance, try later), but we went on to find many more great ones. Loved Crush's Coaster (Finding ...


    A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 24, 2014

    4 photos

    ... course is always good. The palace was built by King Louis XIV in the early 1700s. At its height, it consisted of 2,000 rooms; today, there are only 1,200 rooms - what a pity. The structure took forty nine years to complete. We had a great guide, Nick, who looked more like a street hood than a guide. Not only was he informative, he was funny. Upon arriving at the palace, we were led to a side door; the line for the soon to be open gate ...

    Paris in the Summer

    A travel blog entry by amsterdam01 on Sep 16, 2014

    3 photos

    ... road on the footpath, choosing nice food (struggling through with high school French). Then a night walk to the tower and a couple of bridges. Planning a day in the city .. Don't know what lies in store, maybe some baguettes, cheese and tomato in a place somewhere. Ps. Sonja ran Hyde ...

    Cite de Science

    A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 26, 2014

    9 photos

    ... the picturesque park. We even saw the outdoor cinema, which is playing a horror movie tonight, so we didn't stick around. We took a very long metro ride to the 5th so we could visit Brewberry, hailed as THE craft beer store/restaurant in Paris. Brad and I imbibed in two craft beer and Evan had water with mint, called a Diablo de Menthe here. We also feasted on their cheese and charcuterie plate, which featured a super stinky cheese and a very tasty sausage, among ...