Une Chambre a Montmartre

18 rue Gabrielle, Paris, Île-de-France, 75018, France | B&B
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Montmartre walk

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jun 11, 2014

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... lobby appear to feature a Vegas-style show with scantily clad show girls, lots of rhinestones, feathers, music and dancing and the traditional cancan as the finale. It's very expensive, about $300 for us both to see, so we passed on that, considering we've seen Follies Bergiere in Vegas and multiple other Vegas shows. A quick Metro trip brought us back to our apartment after clocking 3 miles on Cory's pedometer. Feet are holding out ...

Eiffel Tower, and leaving Paris

A travel blog entry by sueslater on Apr 11, 2014

5 photos

... point on the other side of the tower and meet our guide Martin, who is Dutch, but grew up in Paris. Seems to have done a great deal of travelling. The tour is great, Martin is an excellent guide and we learn some great facts, and smoothly get to level 2. We have a little explanation from Martin at each side of the tower, after which the 2 hours is up, and we are free to go to the summit on our own. A queue to get up to ...


A travel blog entry by alishagalli on Jan 23, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

On Thursday I got on a plane to Paris! Although Paris is not my favorite city, I was excited to go back for the second time. Who can say they've been to Paris twice at 19 years old!? The flight was only an hour long, very short to what I'm used to. When we arrived we had to get onto the RER which is the metro that takes you from the airport into Paris. We got off at Gare du Nord, the major train station in Paris and got in a taxi headed for our ...


A travel blog entry by emseurope on Nov 30, 2013

15 photos

... Little do people know the locks are cut off every few months due to the sheer number of them!! Tourist will do anything though.

We continued down the river in which I purchased the one sourviner and I doubt I will find anything as good or better than this one! It's a drawing that starts off as an Elephant and turns into the Effiele tower! For those that don't know (Im sure there aren't that many out there) I absolutly love Elephants and anything to with them. When ...

Paris Day 3

A travel blog entry by oziscot on Oct 05, 2013

22 photos

... paintings, sculptures, and chandeliers. Not much chance for photography. Flash is banned, and anything worth photographing had hordes of people around it. The hall of mirrors is quite amazing. We spent the rest of our time wandering around the garden. Like the house everything is on a grand scale. From the back of the palace to the end of the huge ornamental canal is a 1 hour walk. The garden are very ...