Premiere Classe Les Ulis-Courtaboeuf

Address: Z.A. De Courtaboeuf 2 13, Avenue Des Tropiques, Les Ulis, Île-de-France, 91955, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Z.A. De Courtaboeuf 2 13, Avenue Des Tropiques, Les Ulis.
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Travel Blogs from Les Ulis

What a difference a day makes

A travel blog entry by sammy.bell on Jul 06, 2015

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... on the bridges remind me of busy bees in the hive making honey. I love the way they glisten in the sun. Paris is really a very romantic and pretty place although I think it is quite dirty. Nice to see groups of Parisians picnicking on the banks of the seine this evening. We all picnicked in our room with ****** overpriced ...

Back in Paris

A travel blog entry by pertunia22 on May 27, 2015

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... and did not let go for anything or anybody! The view was awesome, we spent probably half an hour up there, it wasn't crowded at all probably because the top was closed and those who had stood in the lift line probably went up another level. I didn't expect it to move like it did, I would hate to think how much the top sways, maybe that's why it was closed, there wasn't a lot of wind at ground level but who knows what was happening higher up. We also weren't brave enough ...

Seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting

A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 03, 2015


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-Paris is slower than london. People walk slower, eat slower, drive slower, climb escalators slower

-After visiting various places in california over the last few years, I noticed that one thing that is nearly always present at tourist sights is a busload of chinese people milling about and listening to their chinese tour guide. The same holds true over here. Just an observation. I don't dislike asians (quite the ...

How to become Parisian in one hour

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Oct 24, 2014

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Today after a good 'flat white' in a local cafe where the barista learned in Australia, we studied, ate a home made baguette lunch, and a clafoutis au fruits rouge for afternoon tea. We found in a theatre nearby a one man show, in english, about the different approach of tourists and the home grown Parisian to public behaviour in shops, restaurants, taxis, metro, and discos, sex etc. It was such a ...

From Barcelona to Paris

A travel blog entry by tanya.justus on Sep 21, 2014

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The cruise is now officially over, and we had a very early start to collect our luggage from the cruise terminal (it had been put out the night before) and get on the bus for our highlights of Barcelona tour which would end with dropping us off at the airport for our flight to Paris. The tour started in the Gothic Quarter - as there had been celebrations for La Merce the night before, the entire area stank of urine and was littered with beer ...