Bed & Breakfast Laos

Rue du Laos, 23, Paris, Île-de-France, France | B&B
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Day 14 - Bonjour, Paris!

A travel blog entry by lauzian


... and their key having been thrown artfully into the Seine, the lock now representing the owner's eternal love. What it seemed to really represent is a litter hazard in the river, and too much weight on the bridge, which now needs regular repairs due to this fad. Still, an amazing sight.
After checking into our hotel and ascending to our room in the worlds smallest lift (seriously, the two of us with our backpacks filled the entire lift - not for ...

A Sunny Day

A travel blog entry by caroline.burke3


... the alley, there were fish, rats, guinea pigs, and flowers being sold; it was one of the more unique markets I've ever been to. After walking through the market and past Notre Dame, we reached St. Michel. St. Michel is one of my favorite areas because the cobblestone streets and alleyways are filled with cultural restaurants and cafes with 3 course meals for great prices. We browsed the menus, walked through the chocolate shops ...

Le Tour Eiffel et d'Autres Monuments

A travel blog entry by bluzygirl108


... I got a bit of a late start today with le Tour Eiffel sooo I will be visiting le Musée d'Orsay tomorrow and will have to see Le Louvre and le Château de Versailles next time. Aside from that... I am exhausted, being a tourist is a lot of work haha! Sooo I believe I will let the pictures speak for themselves. Bonne nuit!

The Cluny with Friends

A travel blog entry by rkzohm


... delicious pizza, quiche, cheesy bun and sandwiches among the 8 of us. Feeling full and ready to move on we headed to the Musee Cluny and at this point it was hot so it was a nice option to be inside the museum for a couple of hours. Rob and I are now making good use of our museum pass that allows us unlimited access to most museums for 5 days (the girls are all free access). The Cluny was a refreshing change from the Louvre. It is a much ...

Day 16, Tuesday 9 July, return to Paris

A travel blog entry by whibj


... loaded - yes it WOULD have been quicker and easier to have taken the luggage in the first place!

We exited Blois easily and made our way to our final chateau at Chenonceau. By now it was late morning, getting hot and the crowds were really building. It was a very busy car park, somewhat like when we left Chambord yesterday morning. It is an impressive walk up the wide tree-lined grand entrance to the chateau. The walk was quite lovely, and cooler under the ...


This B&B, located in the Hôtel-de-Ville area of Paris, is near Hotel de Ville, Bazaar Hotel deVille, French Connection Bicycle Tours, and Antiquites Eric Dubois.
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