Premiere Classe Fontenay Tresigny

Address: 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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Travel Blogs from Fontenay-Tresigny

Last day in Paris!

A travel blog entry by kristimcgregor on Dec 22, 2014

We took advantage of every minute we had while we were in Paris. Mia decided she still wanted to go to the top of the Arc De Triomphe, so we headed that way. To get to the Arc you have to take a tunnel under a round about that is somewhere between 5 & 7 lanes. We then bought tickets to the top of the Arc. It is over 250 stairs and Mia and Ty did it with no trouble. The views were beautiful ...

Big Bus Tour of Paris

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 20, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... tiring children and adults. There are groups riding around on those motorised two wheeled sogays. I'd still rather walk than be seen on one of these. We walk to the Arc de Triumph. TD wants to sit to see how the traffic works around this very busy roundabout. It is incredible but it seems to work well. While we sit a young girl walks past and picks up a gold ring or earring from in front of us, asks if it is ours and walks on. I thought it was going to be the ring scam that I ...

Bastille Markets

A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 14, 2014

... It was delicious and reminded me of my love for a good steak. We split a bottle of red and made some conversation with the boys at the table next to us who spoke little English. At their insistence we somehow ended up ordering 4 cups of a mint liquor called Get 27 which was expensive and tasted like mouth wash. After we had finished and payed we walked home. Ellie and Eammon hung around for a little while to play some cards before they went home and Issy and I collapsed into bed ...

Our Last Day

A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 31, 2014

7 photos

... past. And finally for dessert Brad had a cream tart, Evan had red current jelly with crumbled meringue, and I had a chocolate ganache that had olive oil and grey sea salt on it (delicious!). Our bellies full, we made our way to the Champs Élysées to do a bit of last minute shopping. It was a perfect summer afternoon and a very touristy way to spend our last day. To top the day off, we broke down and went to a restaurant near us that I can ...

A tale of 3 capital cities

A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 02, 2014

5 comments

... was spectacular in places, especially the section from Edinburgh to the border, the coast is absolutely beautiful. At Durham, I can see why Australian cricketers are attracted to this place, stunning with a church smack in the middle with postcard views etc. Went over a couple of viaducts during the trip. Saw a dozen or so train spotters at a couple of the stations...boy they look like they take it seriously, camera's ...