Etap Paris Porte D'Orleans

15-21 Boulevard Romain Rolland, 14 Arr., Paris, 75014, France
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Great Budget Airport Hotel

by depgrl about Hotel Etap Paris 2 Roissy

I really liked this no-frills hotel. Rooms are clean, modern and can sleep three. Every city in the world should have at least one Etap hotel! At 42 Euros/night, it’s great for budget travelers. The only problem is that Etaps are usually located outside the city center and the food options aren’t the greatest. Accor Village at Roissy serves Fleury-Michon frozen dinners, otherwise there’s a Hippopotamus resto known for its grilled steaks just outside the village. If you need to catch a flight the next day like I did, this is a really great place to stay, and a shuttle service runs every 20 minutes to Charles de Gaulle Airport. Part of Accor Village with Ibis, SuiteHotel and Formule 1.

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From Parc du Champ de MarsFrom Parc du Champ de Mars

Creme Brulee/ rasberry tiramisu at Bistrot du 1erCreme Brulee/ rasberry tiramisu at Bistrot du 1er

The ArcThe Arc

kids in Dec 2009 - still the line was too longkids in Dec 2009 - still the line was too long

Forum Posts

Infant without a car seat. Taxi rules in Paris?

by kin79

This is a last minute question. We are leaving for Paris this weekend. We are 2 couples with 2 infants. In India, there is no law regarding car seat. So I wanted to know if we take a cab anywhere in Paris, is it mandatory to have car seats??? We have light weight strollers but would like to take a Cab from Gare Du Nord to our apartment (84 Rue De Tournelles) since we have luggage and the babies.

Thanks a ton

Re: Infant without a car seat. Taxi rules in Paris?

by cochinjew

Call G7 taxi reservation centre and say you have infants, but to my knowledge there is no need for a special car seat for an infant when taking a taxi. But it is always good to check with the taxi driver whether it is okay with him, as some might not want to carry you and dont blame that on Paris Taxi Drivers!
In Paris, normal taxis can take only three passengers so you might need two taxis or if you call G7 they will send a taxi big enough for all of you.
good Luck.

Re: Infant without a car seat. Taxi rules in Paris?

by kin79

Thanks a lot... Things are way more clear now.

Travel Tips for Paris

A cruise in Seine River.

by tucha

A river cruise on the Seine is an excellent way to discover Paris, the beauty of its bridges and monuments and the richness of its history. Along side visiting the oldest districts of Paris and experiencing a live description of the best views of Paris, this is a must.
The river cruise offers the chance of taking a one hour cruise along the Seine, a lunch cruise or a dinner cruise.
But I only made the cruise without no food..and I think someday when return to Paris, I will make another cruise!! :-) For me it's the last thing I did, in the last day , but I suggest to all, to make the cruise in the first day...you can have a panoramic view of almost all the monuments..and a view that you can't have from other places.
After have made the cruise you can go, by foot for a better exploration of all you can view in the boat.

The fondest memory for me , are the vision of passing in front of me, so much history..all the buildings are wonderful..I have no words..you have to see it! :-)

The Eiffel Tower, the Conciergerie, the Hotel de Ville, the Ile de la Cit? with Pont Neuf, Pont Alexandre III...everyting looks even more beautiful seen the the Seine River.

The 9th Arrondissement

by Lady_Mystique

The 9th is... an interesting mix of neighborhoods, grand boulevards, and large department stores (Printemps and Galeries Lafayette).

It is also home to the opulent Opera Garnier, now more frequently a venue for ballet and concerts than opera.

Across the street from the Opera Garnier, first-time Paris visitors will find Paristoric, an excellent multimedia overview of city history and its monuments.

Neighborhoods in the 9th include Chaussee d'Antin, Grands Boulevards, l'Opera, la Nouvelle Athenes, and Saint George.

Music Underground

by alycat

These guys play such beautiful music in the metro subway. U r in such a rush that u most probably will miss it, Take a moment, stay listen. U will feel refreshed. I caught this guy playin near the St. Etinne station.

Good thick sole walking shoes

by Robin922

Good walking shoes are a must, if you plan to walk the city. While the sidewalks are modern and excellent condition, many of the older walkways have be been left original. For short walks any low healed shoe will work, however if you plan to do a lot of walking, I would make sure your shoes have good insoles.

I used my good old walking athletic shoes, and still found that I could feel the cobble stones through the soles, not to mention the knees and feet were feeling the mileage after several hours of walking.

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