Le Fabe Hotel

113 bis, Rue de l'Ouest, Paris, 75014, France
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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340
Very Good
23%
108
Average
3%
15
Poor
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5
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  • Couples95
  • Solo93
  • Business92

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hotel near Roland Garros

by chatsb

Is the Novotel Hotel Pont Sevres a good location to stay in for the duration of French Tennis Open? Is it walking distance?

Re: hotel near Roland Garros

by Pomerol

if you are talking about walking distance to Roland Garros, you are about 7 km (4.5 miles) away.

Re: hotel near Roland Garros

by rudy.viae

It depends on what your idea of walking distance is. Yes you can walk there but it won't take a quick 10 minutes. I am sure you can find accommodation nearer the tennis courts. How lucky to be going to Roland Garros!! I'd love to do that, I definitely need to create the opportunity one year.

Re: hotel near Roland Garros

by von.otter

It is about an hours walk from Novotel Hotel Pont Sevres at 11-13 grande rue to the Stade Roland Garros at 2, avenue Gordon Bennett.

Here is link to the Google Maps search.

http://maps.google.com/maps?client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&hl=en&tab=wl

Enjoy the tennis. I wish Roger Federer all the luck in the world for defending his title.

Travel Tips for Paris

Looking for diferent

by hcyber

Go to the tourist information on Champs Elise thei have a lot of books to give you .

A lot of discount you can reach here.

Be patience and wait for your turn ,and you can see what people asking for ;they don't speak english well and don't ofer to you you have to ask for :(.
I waited aside and listen what people asking for ;and reach a BEAUTIFUUL book about gardens in Paris "Le G'ardens do Paris".A must.

Paris in the morning

by sourbugger

In comparison to cities like London, I always find Paris to be a very 'clean' place to be, with the possible exception of the piles of afternoon dog dirt.

In this article, published in NY the reason becomes clear :

"The biggest difference between New York and Paris is the fact that Paris is clean," David Garrard Lowe wrote in City Journal in 1996. Every morning, Parisian merchants hose sidewalks, and city machines spray streets and remove litter from under parked cars.

"The fact that Paris is clean gives Parisians a sense that things are not falling apart," said Lowe, "that society is not doomed, that there is order in the universe and municipal government." One of life's finer things is to sit at an outdoor cafe in Paris, in the early morning, a cup of dark coffee in one hand a crossiant in the other and the water rippling down the street in front of you.

Le Catacombs

by Gypsystravels

I visit Paris often and part of what I love about this city is exploring something new. Wow, I was excited to visit the Catacombs my curiosity was peaked when I read about these Catacombs and had promised myself to come and visit the resting place of millions of Parisians.

Located on a non-descript building you may miss it at first, but you won't be disappointed. Make sure to check the schedule before venturing to the catacombs. Exploring the catacombs at your own pace takes about 2 hours. The catacombs are located in Montparnase at 1 Pl Denfert-Rochereau. Take the metro to Denfert-Rochereau.

Operating hours are 10:00 - 5:00 Tuesday-Sunday

Although in French, check out their website for more information : www.catacombes.info

A Shocking Sculpture For Its Time

by riorich55

"La Danse" created by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux from 1863-1866 caused quite a stir when it was unveiled to the public on the facade of the Palais Garnier (Paris Opera). The Paris public was shocked the the realism of the naked dancers and went so far as to throw ink on the sculpture. The controversy seemed to die down when the sculpture died in 1875.

Jean-Baptise Carpeaux was one of four artist commissioned by Charles Garnier in 1863 to decorate the facade of the New Paris Opera. It took 3 years of various designs before Jean-Baptiste finally came up with the sculpture we see today. He stated that he wanted to create the sensation of movement for the dance.

The original is now at the Musee d'Orsay where this photo was taken. A copy produced in 1963 now adorns the outside of the Paris Opera.

The Mona-Lisa run

by mariev

The run - part of the "See All Tourists' Stuff" is (un)organised every day (except tuesdays of course because 'if it's tuesday, it must be Belgium' (not Paris)) in the Musee du Louvre - Aile Denon - first floor - Italian paintings department.

Your goal - in this adventure - is to see (have a look at, pass in front off, breeze along....) Mona Lisa
Your concurrents (hey, you didn't think you'd be alone ?) are the finest selection of the best international tourists, coached by the most famous travel agencies.

What ?
You don't know why you are here ?
You aren't an art lover ?
Leonard de Vinci - who's that guy ?
Mona Lisa - errr ...hmmm... what ? when ?
It doesn't matter : this is on your TO DO list !! I

So :
On your marks, ready, GOOOOOOOOOOOO !!!

Once done (no need to realy see it, you just have say you did it after all) DON'T forget to tick your list !!! (DONE)

PS : this run can be taken as a part of a more important challenge : The Louvre in 6 minutes (featuring also the Venus de Milo and the Victoire de Samothrace)

PPS : for juniors, seniors and chickens (like me), a less taxing competition is possible on thursdays, after 18h (February is a good month for it too) A camera (forbidden by the museum rules but i heard you can score some more points with it)
A helmet
Non slippery shoes (rubber soles recommended, the wopdden floor is treacherous)
Disposable clothing (not sure it will survive, bring a change set)
Good elbows
Padding
First aid kit (ask a non participant to hold it for you)
NB : No doping control

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 Le Fabe Hotel

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Address: 113 bis, Rue de l'Ouest, Paris, 75014, France