Marais PSR (1027)

Rue Saint-Antoine, Paris, Île-de-France, 75004, France | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Marais area of Paris, is near Maison de Victor Hugo, Canorama, Place Ste. Catherine, and Au Passe Partout.
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Travel Blogs from Paris

Paris: Olala!

A travel blog entry by laschwartzner on Jul 12, 2014

5 photos

... line of Le Open Bus Tour. However, by the time we managed to get on the yellow line, we were told the tours were over, which meant it was 7pm. At this point, we both felt very tired and very hungry. We decided against trekking to see Moulin Rouge and found a nearby metro to take us back to Bastille. We showered and relaxed for a few minutes at the hotel and then decided to stroll around the area in search of a good restaurant.

We found one bistro ...

A day of rest in Paris

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jun 21, 2014

5 comments, 2 photos

... where our service was planned. We drove across the Seine and through the arches of the Louvre palace, next to the glass pyramid entrance to the Louvre museum, then up the street leading to the opulent Garnier Opera, where many of the world’s great opera have been created or produced. It’s also the setting for the Phantom of the Opera story. We skirted the opera building and drove on the Grands Boulevards area, where the most stylish Parisian shopping centers ...

Long, long plane flight, but we are now in Paris!,

A travel blog entry by peebee6 on Apr 28, 2014

... baguette for lunch over looking the La Seine river with the sun shining :) after a lovely walk along the river we arrived at Musee L'Orangerie but alas it was closed :( can you believe it .. Only on Tuesday's!! So headed down the road and ventured into Musee d'Orsay, was lucky (?) to have Van Gogh on display - 'one' of his paintings I really loved.. Many rooms again filled to the brim of art, sculptures, and treasures.. No photo's allowed here, but ...

A DIFFERENT SIDE OF PARIS

A travel blog entry by liliens on Feb 15, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... hours ahead of EST. So, as you're having breakfast, we'll likely be slurping up noodles from some street vendor somewhere.

Our trip thus far has been quite eventful. To begin, we both had very positive experiences with the student groups we were escorting. My concerns about shepherding 18 teenagers through 2 airports were in vain, as these were an exceptional group of students, and a pleasure to be with. They ...

Bonjour, Avoir and Good to be Home

A travel blog entry by ethrelkeld on Oct 18, 2013

21 photos

Our weather in Paris was not starting out too well but by the end the weather prognosticators were proved wrong. Rain turned into partly cloudy days that were just fine for walking and museum going.

Lunch turned out to be one of the highlights on Friday. Musee d'Orsay's new restaurant on the top floor was wonderful. Sitting next to a couple from Louisiana and another from Chicago. Light chatter from all of us and good food in a beautiful ...