Marais PSR (1027)

Address: Rue Saint-Antoine, Paris, Île-de-France, 75004, France | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Marais area of Paris, is near Maison de Victor Hugo, Canorama, Place Ste. Catherine, and Moliniste.
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Catching up with family in Paris.

A travel blog entry by kim.needham on Sep 15, 2015

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... after which, we went back to Scott & Jess’s apartment for lunch.

On Friday, Scott and Jess dropped the boys over to us and we took the boys out on the hop-on/hop-off boat called the Batobus. We went all the way to the Eiffel tower on the boat and then got out for a stroll around and under the tower and bought ice creams and, later, Churros (a Mexican string donut??). Then back on the boat and we got off near ...

Bonne Fete!

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Jul 14, 2015

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... that we will all remember for years to come. Due to Paris' northern latitude location, it stays light outside much longer than we are used to in California, thus why the fireworks don't start until 11pm. When the fireworks ended at midnight, we started our long trek (traffic and transportation was at a standstill do to the throngs of people flooding the streets), back to our hotel. By 1am we finally made it back and fell right into bed!

Bonne Nuit, Paris!

Seasons Greetings from Paris

A travel blog entry by pipped on Dec 21, 2014

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... somehow we made it work ;-) I meet a lot of these locals at the family Christmas celebrations. I also ate lots and lots of French food and drank delicious wine. - Christmas Day: I had forgotten the magic of Christmas for kids with Santa. It was so cute watching Darius and Yasmin leave the food out for the reindeer and open their gifts - the chubacca doll was a hit!! I was a very lucky girl and got a few gifts including one all the way from Australia. We had ...

You Speak French!

A travel blog entry by meaden on Dec 10, 2014

... says I. He was sad. We pile into the bus and are met by 4 Americans, comprising two elderly couples that until this shuttle had never met. However, they were both at the end of their vacation, and we're pretty chatty. I was pretty sleepy. But, as we had about an hour of travel before the airport - we had a quick chat, not much. One of the couple is from Tucson, although the wife is originally from Maine and she really misses the seafood and how fresh it was, but ...

700+ steps

A travel blog entry by zebees on Sep 19, 2014

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... getting in the way, our kids had a ball and both worked up a sweat playing on all the equipment. The tail end of the day was spent relaxing back at the apartment after we walked home from the gardens via the Louvre. We didn't go into the Louvre as it would've bored the kids to death, and both Jennine and I had visited during a prior trip. We did stop and sit by a water feature at the Louvre and watch the world go by, which we'll be doing more of during our stay in ...