La Maison Bacana Bed and Breakfast

Address: 9 rue Emile Zola, Vitry-sur-Seine, Île-de-France, 94400, France | B&B
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This B&B, located on 9 rue Emile Zola, Vitry-sur-Seine, is near Parc Zoologique de Paris, Tang Freres, Villa d'Este, and Quai des Marques.
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    Travel Blogs from Vitry-sur-Seine

    Lazy Day in Paris

    A travel blog entry by penns on May 28, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... Arc de Triomphe. The ticket booth was closed and there was a sign that explained there was to be a ceremony. We decided not to hang around until it was over but just walked down the Champs Élysées. We took our time, watching people and looking in windows as we walked. We came back to the apartment and then walked across the street to a restaurant on Rue Cler for an early dinner. We are going to try to get an earlier start ...

    Art, more Art and a trial run

    A travel blog entry by vannstravel on Apr 20, 2015

    12 photos

    ... from the giantness of the Louvre to the Tulleries for the longish walk to the l'Orangerie. It is so beautiful here today...high 60s, light breeze and few crowds. We really enjoyed this walk through the park....see pictures if you don't believe me. The l'Orangerie is home to Monet's Water Lily paintings.....large, soft, peaceful and lovely...Monet designed the space himself to be a retreat for stressed out working people...good call Claude! We also enjoyed some paintings by ...

    My Other Hometown

    A travel blog entry by tatianameeker on Nov 21, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... am now officially living there, I do feel quite an affinity for Paris. Therefore the quote. I love the USA more than any other country in the world. I also love to travel of course, and can’t imagine the day when I will stop, but as far as living in the long term, America is my country. Paris, however, will always hold a part of my heart.

    Fair warning, this may be my most sappy post so far. So if you’re allergic to poetry or mushy stuff, you may as ...

    Paris update

    A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Sep 28, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... and level of carving and sculpting. Cruising down the Seine was a lovely way to relax from the hurley burley of the crowds that were on the foot paths or queuing up attractions. it looked remarkably clean with Parisians sun baking and dipping into the river.

    We visited Versailles today and that took us 5 to 6 hours and still we missed things. It was so opulent and such a symbol of wealth and power that it is ...

    Disneyland Paris- Not The Happiest Place On Earth

    A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 16, 2014


    ... afternoon we walked around parks taking photos and seeing the differences in attractions etc. Crowd levels starting dropping off late afternoon as the families with young kids began filtering out of the park back to their hotels for a rest. Normally, we would do the same back in Orlando. But, with all the money we spent for a day here, we were in it for the long haul committed to remain until the fireworks closed the park at 11:00 p.m. At this point we were able to get on a few ...