The Blue Room

Address: 7 Rue Maitre Albert, Paris, Île-de-France, 75000, France | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Panthéon area of Paris, is near Shakespeare & Co., Deportation Memorial, Maubert Mutualite Market, and Studio Galande.
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    Travel Blogs from Paris

    July in Paris

    A travel blog entry by jfm13 on Jul 03, 2015

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    ... Seine. Neither of us had been there before and it was pleasant to wander the streets in the quiet of the morning. We did some shopping in the street that runs through the middle of the island and had breakfast there.
    Our next stop was Musee Picasso. I had been holding off on all the Picasso museums earlier in the trip as I had wanted to see this one as it was being renovated when I came in 2013. The museum is well laid out and works through the ...

    Buttons and Absinthe

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 14, 2015

    11 photos

    ... which came with the expected decanter and silver sieve spoon. I am such a nerd that I only knew how to decanter/drink it from paintings. I do not like alcohol, and I do not even remember the last time that I have even a sip, and let me tell you that this did not change my mind. It smelled like liquorish and tasted like burning. As I drank it, I thought of all those green-faced women in Picasso and Toulouse-Lautrec paintings. I am glad that my roommate invited me to go!

    Tired feet in Paris

    A travel blog entry by ukcat on Oct 16, 2014

    25 photos

    ... This domed chapel houses Napolean’s remains and is impressive with the interior dome rising up 107 meters.

    By now the Eiffel Tower was in sight. There was also a horde of people intending to do the same tour. Mary sat this one out, because she had been to the top on one of her previous trips. I waited in line for 30 minutes to make it to the mid level, saw the sights, saw ...

    Paris Day 3

    A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 14, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... for €3, a marionette show on another level and best of all an acrobat who stood on a pylon and had a soccer ball and showed amazing skill in what he did, evening climbing a pole with the ball on his foot. We were glad we couldn't fit inside the church with so much happening outside! We enjoyed a lovely wine and dinner locally before retiring at 9.30pm. A better day on the feet though we saw so much that we can return to ...

    Day 6 - Aussie ingenuity solves a medical problem.

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 06, 2014

    3 photos

    ... trip taking place in daylight, allowing us to see the surrounds, and the rest in darkness, allowing us to see the floodlit buildings. I'm not sure whether it was by accident or design, but just as we got alongside the Eiffel Tower at 9pm, the strobe light display started up. A totally enjoyable experience. It did get us thinking though. How many tourists are on the river at any one time? Where do all these (literally) hundreds of busloads ...