Eiffel Tower Bed & Breakfast Paris 16

3 Rue de La Mission Marchand, Paris, Île-de-France, 75116, France | B&B

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Day 1 - Paris

A travel blog entry by emilie.gauthier


Two weeks in Europe in one carry-on... Easy! Flying overnight... Not so much! Our flight was taking off at 11:35 on Friday the 13th (good thing we're not superstitious!), so we took public transit to the airport at around 8:30pm and we were at the airport one hour later. It was very fast one at the airport, given the fact that we weren't checking any luggage. Getting through security was a breeze, and then we found ...

The Office

A travel blog entry by dinesh.gomes


... to go, they eat it in the break room. Most lunches I've either gone out with folks who sit around me that I know.

Once a month they have a party in the break room and each month its a different theme. Yesterday was the event for April and the theme was "back to childhood". So the food, drink and music were all relating to the theme - soda, fries, macaroni, marshmallows and such.

Fitting in:
Part of my discomfort ...

Scandalous! Frozen French Food!

A travel blog entry by travelingmom

... but Rob claimed it was one of the best he'd had--since he and his very good friend began rating them at every restaurant thirty years ago.

Post-script: I walked by the restaurant I was talking about later in the afternoon and they had posted a French newspaper article on the same subject, where they had been interviewed saying they only use FRESH FOOD FROM THE RUNGIS MARKET! Well, I said it was good, didn't I!


Paris's back streets

A travel blog entry by laceys.log


... florists, little cafés and so on, but there are some small workshops too such as a woodworker and pottery. One street around here is well known for graffiti ‘art’ which isn’t exactly my cup of tea, apparently anyone can paint on the doors and walls at one end of the street, but at the other it has to be approved by a committee and the ‘artist’ has to show it will be better than the picture already on the wall. There’s one ...

Finish off what we started.

A travel blog entry by dan-roxy


A quick one night stop in Paris before we headed home from our Normandy weekend away. We got to tick off almost all the things we wanted to do in Paris last time we were here.

We got to see the Moulin Rouge show, where we (I mean I) enjoyed a bottle of champagne during the show :)
We dined at a fancy restaurant by our hotel where we finally got to try escargot which is the French word for snail. They were actually really delicious. Cooked in garlic butter and ...

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This B&B, located in the Muette area of Paris, is near Latin Quarter (Quartier Latin), Village St-Paul, Musée des Monuments Français, and Depot-Vente de Passy.
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