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CooCooCachoo
Jan 1st, 2006, 10:37 AM
Hey :)

Being a poor student who is too busy during semesters to work and who needs all his money for university anyway, I don't have much money to go to Roland Garros. But... I really want to go and I know I'll need a break right after the spring semester. I already know that I can get to Paris relatively cheaply and of course I know ticket costs (I want to go to RG qualies mostly, maybe one or two days MD).

Who here knows where to find cheap accommodation in Paris? I am talking, preferably, less than 20 per night :angel: I need a bed and a shower :p

:wavey:

switz
Jan 1st, 2006, 11:32 AM
sneak into the ritz health club and stay there would be my suggestion

http://www.ritzparis.com/home_ritz/home_ritz.asp?show_all=1

Majeka
Jan 1st, 2006, 01:41 PM
I'm going to the French Open too but I haven't thought about finding an accomodation yet. :o

"Sluggy"
Jan 1st, 2006, 02:50 PM
Martijn, I already told you, You can crash on my brother's couch for a few days, it's a go. If its for 4 or 5 days i guarantee its not a problem. Otherwise i dont know of any place to stay in that price range. If you bring your own towels and buy your own food, you're set.

CooCooCachoo
Jan 1st, 2006, 05:32 PM
sneak into the ritz health club and stay there would be my suggestion

http://www.ritzparis.com/home_ritz/home_ritz.asp?show_all=1

:hehehe:

CooCooCachoo
Jan 1st, 2006, 05:35 PM
Martijn, I already told you, You can crash on my brother's couch for a few days, it's a go. If its for 4 or 5 days i guarantee its not a problem. Otherwise i dont know of any place to stay in that price range. If you bring your own towels and buy your own food, you're set.

But your brother does not know you telling me this right? I appreciate it, but we don't really know each other well so it's all a bit odd ;) I will definitely take it into consideration though ;)

And yeah, it would be for five or six days or so, but probably only accommodation for three nights as I'd go by bus and arrive early in the morning for the first day and leave at the evening for the final day. As I said, it'd be for some qualifying days, Charity Day and maybe one or two days of MD action.

Also, I'd still like to go to your barbecue :)

Elske
Jan 1st, 2006, 08:39 PM
http://www.aijparis.com/index.htm


15/night :)

"Sluggy"
Jan 1st, 2006, 09:34 PM
But your brother does not know you telling me this right?

Sort of. I have asked him in the past to have people crash at his place for RG, but each time, the people didnt come.

I appreciate it, but we don't really know each other well so it's all a bit odd ;) I will definitely take it into consideration though ;)

Really its not a problem. We are not a gang of thugs looking to prey on people. drop me a pm with your number, so long as you dont get in the way and just basically crash there at nite after tennis im sure he wont mind. :)

And yeah, it would be for five or six days or so, but probably only accommodation for three nights as I'd go by bus and arrive early in the morning for the first day and leave at the evening for the final day. As I said, it'd be for some qualifying days, Charity Day and maybe one or two days of MD action. Also, I'd still like to go to your barbecue :)

BBQ sounds great. Its really no worries, we're not the homophobe-brothers ... Im sure its not a problem. Ill be going on friday saturday of qualies and then on Sunday too i think. So long as you let him do his work and dont mind a bit of untidyness :lol: I think itll work. pm me.

hablo
Jan 1st, 2006, 09:39 PM
you should visit the francophone chat thread : there are lots of french posters who live in Paris or nearby ;)

but goodluck with everything :smoke:

SilK
Jan 1st, 2006, 09:41 PM
good thread Martijn. altijd handig om te weten! :D

CooCooCachoo
Jan 2nd, 2006, 08:03 AM
good thread Martijn. altijd handig om te weten! :D

Idd :)

"Sluggy"
Jan 3rd, 2006, 03:30 PM
Hey :)

Being a poor student who is too busy during semesters to work and who needs all his money for university anyway, I don't have much money to go to Roland Garros........Who here knows where to find cheap accommodation in Paris? I am talking, preferably, less than 20 per night :angel: I need a bed and a shower :p

:wavey:

Sell you fancy camera and your autograph collection, I think you could pay for most of our accomadations with that Money! :lol: :bounce:

CooCooCachoo
Jan 3rd, 2006, 10:05 PM
Sell you fancy camera and your autograph collection, I think you could pay for most of our accomadations with that Money! :lol: :bounce:

The camera is not mine and is far from fancy :p If it were fancy, I'd have taken action shots :haha: And the autograph collection has emotional value ;)