Le Patio Brancion

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Rue Edgar Quinet 35, Malakoff, Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Patio Brancion
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airport labor dispute

by genebeans

I noticed flight delays etc from Paris to USA due to labor dispute -Is it still going on-Can,t make connection. How does this all work--

Re: airport labor dispute

by leics

Not sure what you mean.

Are you waiting for a flight and have been delayed?

If not, just check the relevant Paris airport website for information on flights. As far as I am aware there are no major strikes/disputes going on at the moment....they happened earlier in the year.

But there do seem to be minor delays at CDG today (30 minutes or so)...best check the airport website for your flight. Or tell us which it is and we can check for you.

Re: airport labor dispute

by yvr

Why don't you just call your airline and get the information directly from them?

Re: airport labor dispute

by genebeans

Looking up Air France flight 690 it states that the flight was diverted to Bordeaux due to a labor dispute and is arriving 3 hours late in USA-
That was the reason for our question because this may have a trigger effect and affect flights tomorrow if in fact there is a labor dispute. I tried calling Air France and they are closed in the States until later in the day because it is Saturday. Ithought somone might know what is going on in France regarding labor disputes at the airport. Look up flight 690 and you will see what I mean-Thanks-Gene

Re: airport labor dispute

by yvr

Flights seem to be operating on time or very close to on time for departures and arrivals.

Re: airport labor dispute

by leics

The itinerary of flight 690 has been changed 'due to a labor dispute'. That does not mean the dispute is centred on any Paris airport. It could be a dispute between Air France and its Paris refuellers, for example.

I think you need to check your own flight for specific details. I don't think there is a generalised problem.

Re: airport labor dispute

by leics

I only guessed refuelling because of the 690's extra stop at Bordeaux.....pleased it was an accurate guess! :-)

Re: airport labor dispute

by genebeans

To Pedmar and Leics

Thank you for your concerns and words of wisdom. I just checked an it appears Air France is back on time. We leave shortly for Miami airport and I want to thank you both-Gene

Re: airport labor dispute

by leics

Safe journey home! :-)

Re: airport labor dispute

by leics

O duh! I should have said have a good trip.... and then have a safe journey home! :-)

Re: airport labor dispute

by genebeans

Thanks for your help along with Pedmar- The trip was wonderful. We missed our connection on the way to Rome at CDG but they handled it well and our bags arrived even on a transfer flight with Alitalia so we cannot complain at all about Air France-
Thanks both of you for your help and good wishes-=-Gene

Re: airport labor dispute

by leics

Very pleased to hear it! :-)

Travel Tips for Paris

Street cafes

by joits

I found it so cool how they are cafes everywhere... on street cornes... just practically all over the place. And I guess Parisians love to people-watch since the most popular seats are the ones that face the street.

And this cafe was visited by some famous dude... who I can't remember exactly... I have to ask my sister... so stay tuned...

Then there are the Wallaces!

by tiabunna

These Wallaces are nothing to do with “Scots wha’ hae”! Wallace Fountains are large cast iron drinking fountains, named after the Englishman Sir Richard Wallace who donated them to Paris after the troubles of the early 1870s had destroyed much of the city’s public water supply. Paris just would not be the same without them!

The fountains were originally in four different styles, though I have seen only the “Large” style seen here: 65 remain in operation. These are indeed large, weighing over 600kg and standing over 2.7 metres tall! The drinking water falls through the centre, between four caryatids (Greek female figurines) representing kindness, simplicity, charity and sobriety, seen in the second detail photo. Until the 1950s, when they were removed for health reasons, two tin cups also were part of the arrangement.

It’s worth looking for one during your visit, but note that the water is turned off between 15 November and 15 March, to avoid problems of damage from freezing. You will find the addresses for all in Wikipedia.

LA DEFENSE

by nygaston

this district gets its name from a monument commemoring the defense of Paris in 1871.

The business area project was launched in 1955-1957 by architects: Camelot, De Mailly, Zehrfuss to build the CNIT Building.

The Arche de La Defense (1983-1989), was designed by Danish OTTO VON SPRECKELSEN; it 's an open cube, with sides 100 M. (325 ft).

The arch has 4000 windows, and 35 000 marble slabs (falling sometimes). Here is my office

SocGen
Tour Valmy
92972 LA DEFENSE CEDEX
01 5898 2560

Vth - Paris, the city of universities

by Maillekeukeul

You won't believe how strong Paris hangs on to its reputation of "city of lights". Even in the universities, probably to avoid intellectual blindness, the designers have remarkably enlightened the corridors where scores of students are waiting for their class time and where, finally, they find some time to read at least one of the books cited in the numerous bibliographies given by professors at the beginning of the year...

Packing List

by MissWarren

I brought so much stuff. But then Im also moving too. I bought 2 limit size pieces plus a limit carry on and a purse. Next time though I will just take a small bag. Wear comfy shoes and bring plenty of bandaids. You will get blisters!!! Some foot soaking stuff is a good idea too! Buy a scarf there they are cheap and all the French wear them (the men too). Dont wear those waist bags you will look to much like a tourist. The best thing to do is fit in. They dont wear shorts that much and dont wear American College t-shirts. Its a dead give away that you are American. Bandaids, footsoak, asprin Remember Paris is not a third world country you can find it all there. Bring extra batteries/film as they can be very expensive. You might think about extra chippy things for your digital camera. If you dont have computer acess to down load them too you might have to delete good pictures. Just have fun and blend in!

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Address: Rue Edgar Quinet 35, Malakoff, Paris, Ile-de-France, France