Une Chambre a Montmartre

18 rue Gabrielle, Paris, Île-de-France, 75018, France | B&B
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A travel blog entry by gabrieladulceee


... bad, hurt and was a nightmare. We should have known than that Paris was not so great. After that though, we still had hope. We went to the place we rented from airbnb and it was so cute and great!!! His house was beautiful, it was more like a flat, and I had my own room! It was nice to have a place to stay, just us three. We shared a bathroom and a shower room, and the view was amazing! After resting a little, we decided to go out ...

Arrival in Paris

A travel blog entry by bartiks2012


... got in line a waited to climb up the stairs to the top of Notre Dame where Victor Hugo's Quasimodo lived. Having not yet slept, the climb was much more strenuous than 387 steps should feel - and here we thought we were in good shape. We stopped as each level to take in our first sights of Paris. Hungry and tired, we headed to Le Mary Celeste in Le Marais for some small plates: an endive salad, mini pizza, and rice ...

Au Revoir Paris

A travel blog entry by philpeter


... nights. Seems they are allowed in shops, on buses and trains, in Cafe's and restaurants. As we travel to Nice on the train I noticed a German Shepherd, a Scottish Terrier and a French Poodle. Do they have there own seats?
Next accessory is a cigarette. Everyone seems to smoke. Don't the French know that smoking is a health hazard here! The streets are lined with cigarette butts. Peter and I have passive smoked every day in Paris. No getting away from it!

A week in Paris

A travel blog entry by cindi-glen


... had a good bus map showing exactly where the stops were and which direction the buses were headed from that stop, we were set. By the end of the week we had the transportation system down quite well.

Paris is interesting because many of the buildings are almost identical. In the mid 1800's, a guy named Hausmann was in charge of renovating the city, and he had all the buildings done the same. 1st floor retail, second floor short (low ceilings), third floor has a ...

Bastille Day weekend

A travel blog entry by opollak


... to a small bistro called Le Timbre, which, we discovered, was right around the corner from the apartment we rented for three days back in teh summer of 2008. The bistro was very small — the name means "postage stamp" — but nice and quiet. One man cooks everything in the open kitchen, while his wife serves as host and waitress. Lauren joined us for dinner and got to finally meet my parents!

After dinner, while my parents retired to ...

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