Ibis Velizy Jouy En Josas

Domaine de la Cour Roland, Jouy en Josas, Ile-de-France, 78350, France
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by Benjamin08

What is the best transport from Meaux to Paris/centre? Partly, I can use also the car.

Re: Meaux-Paris

by Benjamin08

And where to park in Paris?

Re: Meaux-Paris

by Beausoleil

There is plenty of public parking but it is rather expensive. That's why we leave our car outside Paris and use public transport in the city. By the time you pay for parking, you might as well pay for the train; it's usually cheaper and you can relax going in and out of town. You can take RER Line E2 into Paris from Meaux. http://www.ratp.info/informer/anglais/index.php

If you take the car, look for blue signs with a large white P on them for parking. We've used the one underneath the St. Germain Market and another on rue St. Antoine. There are quite a few of these lots.

Outside of Paris (or any large city), yes, the car is the way to go.

Re: Meaux-Paris

by Beausoleil

Fantastic Pedro. Thank you so much. I'd do the free parking if the neighborhood is reasonable.

BTW, when we parked under the St. Germain market, our hotel gave us a discount for parking. Do businesses nearby ever offer parking discounts? That is very common in the US and helps everyone. Just curious.

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by Benjamin08

Thanks a lot for all information. I hope that I recognize a parking which you mentioned. I were using vaimichelin.com map and parking is nearly Z.a.c. Hoche building. Is not big parking, just for around 30 cars but I hope it will not be occupied this Friday and Saturday.
Just one questions more. You mentioned a good pizzeria Casa di Roma. I will visit it for sure. But also, could you recommend me a classical restaurant (meat, side dish, salad, desert,..) somewhere in Meaux or around.
Is there any “ferme-auberges” in this area?
Once, you should taste a vine in Slovenia.

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by Beausoleil

pedmar, You are a treasure.

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by Benjamin08

Hi, Pedro,

Pizzeria Casa di Roma in Meaux is out of run for already two years. But, not fare away, we found a good French restaurant. Evening menu was 22 € (afternoon one is 13 € ). Three courses, tasty and various food, big portions, good house wine, non English speaking but kind personal (as I am analphabet in French language the communication was fun), nice atmosphere - garden covered with vine, reasonable price,…

The Parking in Pantin, which you mentioned, is the best way to reach the Paris from Meaux by car. It is covered and it is free of charge. On the enter of parking is traffic sign that the enter is forbidden. It is just to ignore it. Everybody do it.

Thanks again.

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by Benjamin08

If you will ever travel to Slovenia or around it, let me know. By e-mail.

Travel Tips for Paris

Patty's General Tips on Paris

by pporto

Paris is an overwhelming tourist destination. There are litteraly hundreds of museums, monuments and districts to visit. My best advice is not to cram too many activities for a short trip.

TIP #1
The best way to enjoy Paris is at a leasuirely pace. Spend the early part of the day visiting one or two museums or monuments and the afternoons taking in the culture by strolling through one of the many beautiful parks in the city or shopping down the Champs Elysee. At night, visit the Moulin Rouge for a show or grab a drink in the Latin Quarters.

TIP #2
Although the metro system in Paris is great and will get you just about anywhere, if you are a first timer, I really recommend walking from place to place. It will take longer, but you will have a greater appreciation of the city and see a lot more if you walk. I miss the struggle of learning enough French to get by. I miss getting a bagguette at the local Boulangerie. I miss passing new exciting places everyday. I miss taking the metro and running to catch the last train. I miss walking by cute French men. I miss having clubs that are open til 4AM on a Wednesday night. And I miss crepes with banana and Nutella, being able to make weekend trips to other countries.


Whats Next ? No doubt when...

by ClaesDenmark

Whats Next ? No doubt when looking from the Eiffel ! Simply have to go and se the 'L'Arc de Triomphe'. But first I have to walk down the stairs from the Eiffel tower. WILL NOT pay to get down again.

Visit the Effiel Tower of...

by sheryl_tan

Visit the Effiel Tower of course! Regardless of how long the queue is, get to the top! It make perfect sense that after travelling all the way to Paris, one should at least get up to the Tower and enjoy the beautiful view. Can you imagine that the Parisians had wanted to tear down Effiel Tower when it was first built!?

painters, does it look like ?

by sachara

Paris will not be Paris without the painting artists in the streets. Especially at the Place du Tertre in
Montmartre and the bridges near the Ile de Cité you can't miss them. Mostly lots of people are standing around the painting artist to look if the painting looks like the 'model'.

The artists have all their own style, making caricature drawings to a natural looking paintings. Some of the paintings are extremily good look-alikes, but some images could also depict anyone around or one of my neighbours at home.

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by Curie

Não se esqueçam das sapatilhas, pois a melhor maneira é tirar os bilhetes de metro e andar a pé, de carro esqueçam! Sapatilhas e fato de treino. Só há dois sitios para comprar tabaco nos Champs Ellises


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