La Lombarde Bed & Breakfast

6 rue des Lombards, Paris, Île-de-France, 75004, France | B&B
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Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame

A travel blog entry by ange2013

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This morning was like Groundhog Day. A complete rerun of yesterday morning. We got to the meeting point for our tour but again no one showed up. At 9.35 I rang them (again) and it turned out our directions were wrong so the lovely lady talked me to where we had to meet and rang the tour guide while I was still in phone with her. Met our tour guide who just took us to the front of elevator queue. Awesome to skip ...

Paris (2)

A travel blog entry by fenwicks

4

... through the key in the river, thus ensuring their love for each other will be for ever.
there are actually 2 bridges across the Seine like this, very popular.

We kept walking, we walked the side of the Seine River all the way down to the Eiffel Tower to meet Anne and John . Here Karen had to queue for 45 minutes to use the toilet, it was like one of those flash loos that we have back home, difference was this one did a bowl disinfect and ...

Bonjour, Paris!

A travel blog entry by spoons1

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... us 2 seats in 1st class – yay! Not that we’re opposed to 2nd class (since we just spent 18 days in a small campervan), but if you’re allowed to travel 1st class, why not? Besides, this was a 3 hour ride, so a little extra blogging room was welcome. We both got a good amount of writing done, and since we’d already seen so much scenery, we didn’t feel too bad about not looking up from our ...

Paris: Day 4

A travel blog entry by melendra

1
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... e de Herbe, a children's art museum. It was quite a metro journey to get there, but eventually we made it to the Jardin d'Acclimatation, where the museum was once housed. However, when we asked for directions to the museum, we were informed that it has been moved to Monet's estate.

Fortunately, there are other things to do at the Jardin d'Acclimatation, such as small amusement park rides, a zip line, and a playground (to name ...

Why are the horses riding unicycles?

A travel blog entry by jennymgg

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... for the Holy Grail in The Da Vinci Code. Completed in 1745 after 99 years of construction, St Sulpice is one of the largest churches in Paris. Its architecture was astonishing, as were Eugene Delacroix' frescoes, but the piece de resistance was the life-size photos of the Shroud of Turin, the blanket which the badly beaten and crucified body of Jesus Christ was wrapped in. We had no trouble finding Jardin du Luxembourg. There were signs everywhere to point us in the right direction. ...

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