Premiere Classe La Ville Du Bois

Address: ZAC des Graviers, Allee Saint Fiacre, La Ville Du Bois, Île-de-France, 91620, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ZAC des Graviers, Allee Saint Fiacre, La Ville Du Bois.
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Travel Blogs from La Ville Du Bois

Sunday in Paris

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 19, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... spread and choriz (fancy continental spicy sausage slices) added on to a quarter of it with the remainder of the crepe folded over onto the filling and then toasted on both sides. It was a taste sensation. I followed this up with a mini Breton caramel pastry. What a hunter! A not so quick touching base at the apartment to order our Paris Pass and to rest our legs sees us ready to seek the Seine. A five minute walk has us at the river to the surprise of the Decorator/Laundry ...

Bastille Markets

A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 14, 2014

Learning from yesterday's mistakes we set an alarm for 10:30, leaving us a little more time to get out and about. I spoke to mum on the phone for a little while before going out to get 2 chocolate croissants and a punned of flawless strawberries for myself and Issy, who was Kieran skyping. After we ate at our little dining room table we started trying to coordinate our day with Ellie-Mae and Eammon, which turned out to be quite a challenge with them talking about coming to us to get ...

Last day in France

A travel blog entry by 2and2 on Aug 03, 2014

... I the gardens where you can also buy coffee. That was a wonderful moment sitting drinking coffee with no one yelling at us. However we could not take so much bliss on one holiday so off we went to napoleons tomb for lunch at the cafeteria which was decent then since Aaron was the only one who wanted to go in and he just wanted to see the tomb he didn't want to pay the 9 euro for the museum. I think it was more impressive the first time we went we were awed as we ...

Let Them Eat Cake

A travel blog entry by jamie083 on Jul 05, 2014

41 photos

... church on the crest of the hill. I actually preferred the view of Paris to the church itself, although the salesmen outside the church trying and failing to sell cheap Eiffel Tower replicas can get annoying after a while. We got lost on the narrow streets before stumbling in to a quaint little cafe. We also went to Notre Dame, the impressive Gothic cathedral. It took a while to queue to get in but it was worth the wait. The enormous pillars and stained glass windows ...

'Merica Day

A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on Jun 03, 2014

14 photos

... I stop at again before we leave for home. Full and happy we went to the metro to go to the famous neighborhood of Montmartre and to the Sacre Coeur basilica. We must have gotten the station less populated by tourists because the area looked a little suspect. Quickly we got out of there and made our way up the 300 steps to the church. Now here tourists were everywhere. The view from the front of the basilica has been been described as the best in Paris and ...