Premiere Classe Fontenay Tresigny
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on to earth. That was the most impressive part for me. After Le Palais du Découvert I was hungry, and decided I'd had enough salads (only gluten free option) to last me a life time. And so, thanks to google, we ended up at Bio Sphère, highly recommended. Everything inside was gluten free, and was completely full (of gluten free people who were sick of salads too probably). They had savoury and sweet crêpes (had to go with chocolate), soups, sandwiches, you name ...
... But the thought of coffee in a paper cup was off-putting, so we ambled on and got coffees and shared a croissant and a glass of freshly squeezed OJ at a different cafe. We hit the bank machine one last time and were ready to roll. We decided to start by visiting the Rodin museum, and to decide after that if we would do anything else. We circumnavigated the Tomb of Napoleon and the Army Museum, to arrive at the former residence of Rodin, the Hotel Biron, which he ...
I remain awestruck by the town planning and civil infrastructure of the city of Paris. That both President Napoleon III and Georges Haussmann were able to communicate and coordinate their visions to create the city as it stands today is amazing. I marvel at the radial boulevards that converge to ...
... this is a number that neither Air France or Etihad themselves could give me. I rang the service desk, they took my details, promised to investigate and call me back. They also gave me two phone numbers for the company which is handling my luggage. Now they never called me back And the numbers they gave me are ringing out, but I feel like I'm getting somewhere. So according to Global nomads, as my luggage has been delayed for more than 12 hours, I can spend $150 a day ...
... of the fair was you had to use only French companies. So they started an Otis branch in Paris so they could put elevators in. The tower was originally red but didn't blend with Paris. A few colours were tried out finally deciding on Eiffel brown. The tower is painted every 7 years & takes 18 months by hand on harnesses. We follow Jess through the group entrance to the tower elevators happy to skip the long line of tourists waiting to buy tickets. Grant is excited by ...