Fred'Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

11, avenue Villemain, 14th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75014, France
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Charles de Gaulle Airport

by orchid1949

I suppose to fly out and into Paris to/from CDG/Termainal 3. When arrive by a charter flight from Egypt, as the flight will be late at night and always delay,it is scheduled at 22.30 hrs and by that time I do not think any Airport bus service into Paris. Travelling alone, how should I do for safety ?
If I take a taxi, it will cost a hotel night, too expensive for taxi cost. Can I just stay at the airport and wait till sunrises ?

Re: Charles de Gaulle Airport

by leics

You are right that the last buses of many services will have departed, but there are night-buses.

Click on the 'Noctilien' info here (scroll down):

http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-GB/Passagers/Access-maps-car-parks/Paris-CDG/Access/public-transport/

There are three different routes (click on their numbers to geta ratp window with route and stops listed) so hopefully you will find a stop near to where you wish to stay.


http://www.sleepinginairports.net/europe/paris.htm

will give you some idea of what an overnight at CDG may involve.

You'll be safe enough, but you probably will not get much sleep.

Re: Charles de Gaulle Airport

by Karlithus

Hey!

There are two noctiliens that go from & to CGD at night.

Here you have the links of those two busses:

http://www.noctilien.fr/Noctilien/Recherche.do?commune=&selectedLine=800987008
http://www.noctilien.fr/Noctilien/Recherche.do?commune=&selectedLine=800987014

There you go, have a good Paris trip!

Travel Tips for Paris

Visit the ARC DE TRIOMPHE.

by kiwi

Visit the ARC DE TRIOMPHE. The queues here aren't as long as at the Eiffel Tower, and the view is still very impressive, from the top. There is a very interesting memorial at the top, and also at the base. A small but interesting souvenir shop can be found at the top.
Camera tripods and cell phone use are banned on the top of the Arc. It's entertaining watching the traffic circle the Arc on the massive roundabout with several lanes. There is quite an art to navigating on and off the roundabout.

Nos ancètres les Gaulois

by djou_box

If you travel with a car you can go to Parc Astérix (from the french comics Astérix et Obélix http://www.asterix.tm.fr/ ).
When I first arrived there, I though it was really a kitch and old fashioned park... because when you see the so-called gaulois'village with its paste board decoration, you really believe you're going to spend a had time !!! HaHaHa !!!
but I really really had fun ! this park is opened in spring and summer because you mainly find water attractions. there is one of the biggest rollercoasters of france or maybe even europe. I went on many attractions that I would never have done before I think ! I will never go again on this "fliyng chairs" attraction but my friends really enjoyed it !
You have stronger feelings going to Asterix park than in EuroDisney !
If you like dolphins, you'll enjoy. this summer, one was born, it was so cute ! http://www.parcasterix.fr/intro.htm

Go to Latin Quarter where 13...

by maxovna

Go to Latin Quarter where 13 faculties of Sorbonne university are situated. Only one facade of the world famous Sorbonne is preserved. Latin Quarter is very picturesque, especially in spring. I was impressed by Rue Mouffetard - the most charming area of Latin Quarter. I remember very vividly the small square with flower-beds and a fountain in the middle, nearby there is a cafe 'At Jovial Negro'.

Deparment stores in Xmas dresses

by mariev

Each year, from the last week of november on , Paris begin to wear her Christmas clothes.
Streets are alight and decorated.
One of the most impressive displays can be found Boulevard Haussmann, with the 'contest' between the 'senior citizen' among parisian department stores.
While Printemps focuses more on fashion designers (in 2004 the lights and window decos were signed Christian Lacroix), Galeries Lafayettes rely on a more traditional style (lights mimicking stain glasses and automatons in the windows).
After sunset, the street becomes overcrowded by people coming as much to have a look at those ornaments as to do their Xmas shopping (even so crowded that platforms, delimited by banisters, are erected in front of the windows in order to allow the smaller children to see the automatons and toys without beeing bumped or squashed).
more photos here

Parc de la Villette: outdoor sport in the weekend

by sachara

The Parc de la Villette is designed with the ambition to be a meeting place for everybody with a combination of all kind of artistic, cultural and popular activities. Culturally this includes the renewal of popular arts (like circus, cabaret and film), the recognition of new forms of expression (like hip-hop, dance and rap) and the awareness of other cultures (by showing architectural, sculptural, musical and theatrical works).

But the Parc de la Villette offers also many possibilities for outdour sport activities. At sunday morning lots of people were playing soccer in the large green areas or doing their work-outs at the several apparatuses.

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Address: 11, avenue Villemain, 14th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75014, France