Ibis Paris Sarcelles Hotel

12, avenue Auguste Perret, Centre Commercial des Flanades, Sarcelles, Ile-de-France, 95200, France
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Forum Posts

Chaotic place

by kkrishnan48

I have read so much about Paris. It is often strive with work stoppages,strikes and industrial unrest. Is it a safe place to visit?

Re: Chaotic place

by Beausoleil

Yes, Paris is a safe place to visit. You will be a tourist and not taking part in the demonstrations. When we've seen demonstrations over the years, they have a police cordon around them and you just stay behind it . . . or better yet avoid the entire area. We've run into demonstrations at the Eiffel Tower and that was unavoidable but they were very quiet and well controlled. They wanted to make a point, not cause a riot. The demonstrations are publicized so easy to avoid. They are not usually in tourist areas either.

The only problem you may run into is the Metro not running on full schedule. It's a nuisance but you can opt to visit tourist sights near your hotel and walk. We walk most of the time anyway because Paris is such a walkable city and everything is pretty and fun to look at.

Re: Chaotic place

by Agraichen

This all depends on your level of acceptance of civil unrest. I've been in Paris, Athens and a number of other places during riots, and protests and not had any issue. I photographed the police in Paris in the 1970's and had no problem.

Rome probably has more taxi strikes than Paris (I've not counted) but you just find another option. I once walked though Rome for over a mile with multiple cases in August to my hotel as there was a taxi strike. If this is not what you wish to put up with, just don't go.

Re: Chaotic place

by Roadquill

Demonstrations in Paris provides interesting diversions after hours in museums. Nothing better than to be sipping a glass of wine at a cafe and having a group of demonstrators walk by. Out in the Paris suburbs I would have a concern. But, other than for some possibly delays, there is not a safety issue in Paris Centre. Karl

Re: Chaotic place

by ForestqueenNYC

Also, Place Denfert Rochereau is either a starting or ending point of demonstrations. I have watched many from my window. The tourist attraction there would be the catacombs and the Montparnasse cemetery.

One of the big annoyances of these manifestations is when you are on a bus and get detoured or stuck in traffic because of one.

Re: Chaotic place

by Beausoleil

Ah yes, we got caught in one at Denfert Rochereau once. It's close enough we just got off the bus and walked into town (with luggage). A half block away from the Place, it was perfectly peaceful.

It's a good idea to just stay clear of anything happening so check your television or with your hotel staff before you leave in the morning to find out where the demonstrations are scheduled. Then avoid them. Vacations are too short to waste time trying to get around a demonstration.

Re: Chaotic place

by wrigleys

Yes Paris is a safe place to visit, because you are not concerned by the strikes! And the media like to exaggerate about it!

Travel Tips for Paris

Cheap Paris - Old tips but still valuable

by Joumaky

Paris Bargains / Alexander Lobrano

paris-touristoffice.com.
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. - 127 ave des Champs Elysees free info on maps, events/exhibition and advice.

currency-exchange
Cirrus ATM card from home, no commission.
Change traveler's checks or cash with no fee:
Comptoir de Change Saint-Germain - 30 rue Gregoire de Tours, 6th arr., Metro: Odeon
Comptoir de Change Opera - 9 rue Scribe, 9th arr., Metro: Opera

Baguette Shops
Kayser - 8 rue Monge, 5th arr., Metro: Maubert-Mutualite
Jean-Luc Poujauran - 20 rue Jean Nicot, 7th arr., Metro: La Tour-Maubourg
Le Moulin de la Vierge - 105 rue Vercingetorix, 14th arr., Metro: Pernety or Plaisance
Andre Cleret - 11 rue Jean Lantier, 1st arr., Metro: Chatelet
Gosselin - 125 rue Saint-Honore, 1st arr., Metro: Louvre-Rivoli
Julien - 73 ave. Franklin D. Roosevelt, 8th arr., Metro: Saint-Philippe-du-Roule
Blondeau - 24 rue des Abbesses, 18th arr., Metro: Abbesses

Open-air markets:
$
Marche Belleville, Tue & Frid 7 am-1 pm - blvd. de Belleville, 20th arr., Metro: Belleville
Marche d'Aligre - place d'Aligre, 12th arr., Metro: Ledru Rollin- Mon to Sat 8 am-3:30 pm & 5:30-8:30 pm
$$
Marche Maubert - 5th arr., Metro: Maubert-Mutualite - Tue, Thu & Sat 8 am-noon;
2nd branch - daily from 9 am-1 pm & 4 pm -7 pm - 1st arr., Metro: Les Halles

Batobus
Get tickets at any of the stops or any Metro station.

Restarants
Le P'tit Gavroche - Marais - 15 rue Sainte-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie, 4th arr., Metro: Hotel-de-Ville
Le Petit Keller - Bastille - 13 bis, rue Keller, 11th arr., Metro: Bastille
Chez Max - Chatelet-Les Halles - 47 rue Saint-Honore, 1st arr., Metro: Les Halles
Chartier in Montmartre - 7 rue du Faubourg-Montmartre, 9th arr., Metro: Montmartre
Chez Germaine - Faubourg-Saint-Germain - 30 rue Pierre Leroux, 7th arr., Metro: La Tour-Maubourg

Carte telephonique
Sold at tabac (tobacco) shops and post offices, Department store finds
Monoprix:
good bets for inexpensive wines, as are the supermarket chains. One caveat: avoid the dirt-cheap "La Petite Villageoise"
budget traveler's best ami. Shop for a picnic, buy postcards cheaper here than elsewhere),hunt for real-life French souvenirs. A bar of scented Mont Saint Michel soap goes for only 8F ($1.10), for example, while high-quality Bourjois makeup - made in the same factory that produces Chanel cosmetics - goes for vastly less than designer counterparts (a lipstick runs 29F/$3.95). Most Monoprixs also stock souvenirs like scarves, Paris-labeled T-shirts (both 39F/$5.30), and tote bags (59F/$8), and for 12F ($1.65) you can pick up "Le Petit Camembert" cheese that will drive gourmet friends back home into ecstasy or a bottle of Corbieres red wine for only 14F ($1.90). Strategically located branches on the Right Bank: 21 avenue de l'Opera (1st arr., Metro: Palais Royal) and 52 rue la Fontaine (9th arr.; Metro: Pigalle); on the Left Bank: 50 rue de Rennes (6th arr., Metro: Saint-Germain-des-Pres) and 15 rue de la Convention (15th arr., Metro: Convention).

Grape expectations
You can find fine table wines for $2 a bottle and less all over Paris. The Nicolas chain of wine stores carries a special selection of vins du pays (country wines) under the heading of "Les Petites Recoltes," ranging from a pleasant Syrah from the Ardeche for 14F ($1.80) to easy-drinking whites from Gascony for 12F ($1.55). The most central of Nicolas' 70 stores on the Left Bank: 189 rue Saint-Honore (1st arr.), 35 rue Rambuteau (4th arr.); on the Right Bank, 31 place de la Madeleine (8th arr.), 5 rue Monge (5th arr.), 13 rue de Buci (6th arr.), and 34 avenue Bosquet (7th arr.)

hypochondriac heaven

by evabijou

I have never had a bad experience at a pharmacy in Paris. The pharmacists go through a rigorous training so they are very knowledgeable and for the most part extremely helpful. Even though it was obvious that I was a tourist and didn't know the local brands, they didn't try to sell me extra things I didn't need. At most pharmacies, you can get anything you want for the body, including things you wouldn't expect like toothbrushes, diet/fiber crackers, comfort shoes, and pantyhose. Just look for the big green cross- they're all over, even in the malls

XVIIth - A typical landscape in Paris

by Maillekeukeul

I should not be wrong if I say that Paris is quite full of trees boarding the nice alleys of some desert sections where tourists generally don't dear to enter... I should not be wrong either if I add that newspapers kiosque dot most of the areas... So, in sum, I'm not wrong if I say that this picture displays the typical landscape you have to look for !!!

Poodles Everywhere!

by pigletsmom

Well not quite everywhere, but they are prevelent. Particularly white poodles. Typically the standard variety that are not shorn. Jack Russels seem to be very popular as well. Parisian dogs seem to have an attitude like their owners. It's kind of funny. It is interesting that I found those two breeds to be the most popular in the city. Poodles are haughty, and Jack Russells are indignent. Hmmm, something to think about . . .

A few pointers.

by wandabendik

If you go into the museums or art galleries and you are wearing a small rucksack they ask you to wear it front ways, instead of on your back. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes, paris is very dusty on the ground so don't wear any thing to fine. Drink plenty of bottled water in warm weather. Not allowed flash on cameras but you are able to take photo's in the galleries.

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 Ibis Paris Sarcelles Hotel

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Address: 12, avenue Auguste Perret, Centre Commercial des Flanades, Sarcelles, Ile-de-France, 95200, France