Premiere Classe Fontenay Tresigny

114 rue Bertaux, Fontenay-Tresigny, Île-de-France, 77610, France | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 114 rue Bertaux, Fontenay-Tresigny.
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Thursday 4th Sept Cultural

A travel blog entry by flatwhitejo on Sep 05, 2014

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... on a coffee ,Garry had caught me dozing in a corner at the marine museum so was probably a necessity at this point. It was currently displaying Tattoo exhibition I thought it might be interesting but I lost interest pretty quickly . We caught the Metro to the Arc Di Triomphe , it was a cool day and we had dressed a bit warmer . Thank god I had shoved a singlet in my bag for half way up the 383 stairs I did a quick strip and changed tops with Garry keeping watch on ...

D11. The King's birthday.

A travel blog entry by lpon on Jul 26, 2014

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... scale. Reality can wait. Next we headed to the Eiffel Tower. Naturally iconic, it was overwhelmed with tourists and all "businesses" catering to them. The city is particularly bumping because Tour de France finishes here tomorrow. Thus far we have been blessed with good weather. Today was no exception. Very convenient for photo opportunities. The king requested a market dinner for his birthday. I was super duper down. The kids picked up the ...

Day 10 - Paris

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jun 30, 2014

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... crowded places and waiting in line, so places like the Louvre are far from paradise for me. But, I sucked it up and still had a really great time. There is one thing that the Louvre has is spades that is particularly dangerous - Asian tour groups. Please note, I am not generalizing all Asian tourists. The emphasis was meant to be placed on the word "groups." We encountered several in the Louvre that reminded me more of forest fires than groups of other human ...

Day 20 (Paris)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on May 29, 2014

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... got home I made a vegetable stew with lebtils and couscous (really just all the leftovers we had) which Nim ate with sausages. Over the course of the rest of the night we cleaned the apartment, packed our bags and I glued things into the scrapbook you gave me. There's a lot I could say about today and everythig I saw in the Pompidou but I don't know where to begin so I'll leave it at that. Tomorrow is aamsterdam!! I love you, ...

Now That Was More Like It!!!

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 03, 2014

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... exhibit which only runs from March through June that we definitely wanted to see. Cost a little more once you got in, but boy was it worth it. Van Gogh painted more than 700 paintings in his lifetime and committed suicide when he was only 36. But I'm getting ahead of myself.

We were the second couple in line. The couple a head of us were French from a small town in the south of France near Lourdes. Their names were ...