Travel Blogs from Paris, France

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Paris

A travel blog entry by natandkat

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... rooms plastered with enormous pictures of the little man. One also has a enormous phallus that was 'erected' in honour of France conquering Austria somewhere along the line. After wandering through the great halls and rooms of the palace you make your ...

In Which We Arrive, Paris, France travel blog

In Which We Arrive

A travel blog entry by janice

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... on a plane for a long time. I bought a souvenir for my sister! We went to two museums. One was about the history of Paris and one was about dolls. I think Paris is a lot more than I thought it would be. There are so many different patterns with ...

South bank, Paris, France travel blog

South bank

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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... in  the  evening  in our  apartment  ,  and  relaxed  whilst  watching  Paris  address  (Discovery  documentary)  in  preparation  for  our  first exploration  ...

Bastille, Paris, France travel blog

Bastille

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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... private streets and also a busy outdoor market.  The market sold everything from fruit and vegies to Paris souvenirs.  Lucky - because I desperately needed another 60 Eiffel tower key rings (this time coloured ones) for the ...

Skating in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Skating in Paris

A travel blog entry by lucinate

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... clouds thinking about skating and what I would eat from the boulangeries, when I was reminded about one of the many things Paris was famous for..........shit. I guess my relatively new boots had to be christened at some point. The last section of the ...

Paris!!!, Paris, France travel blog

Paris!!!

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... the Latin Quarter watching (or trying to stay out of the way of) the countless students buzzing in and out of the Sorbonne (France's version of Harvard or Oxford). We stopped to sample some of the best pastries that we have seen or had. They looked so ...

Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Paris, France travel blog

Planes, Trains and Automobiles

A travel blog entry by jill_and_andy

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... is to never pass up an opportunity to let a local show you around. We were fortunate to have two such experiences in France and discovered that the country has much more to offer than the Eiffel Tower and overpriced crepes in Paris. As you may ...

So You Want to Rent a Car?, Paris, France travel blog

So You Want to Rent a Car?

A travel blog entry by janice

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... . My decision was to book the next three nights at the airport hotel where we were booked for our last night in France (the fourth night). This was not the most elegant solution, but probably the most convenient. Because I was becoming progressively ...

Bonjour, from Paris!, Paris, France travel blog

Bonjour, from Paris!

A travel blog entry by kangelo13

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... am also working as a freelance photographer part-time for a newspaper called le Figaro Etudiant and also working as a correspondent in France for EyePress, Asia's Photo-Press Agency. Life couldn't be better! We went to Normandy two weeks ago to visit ...

Day 17, Paris, France travel blog

Day 17

A travel blog entry by antoinette2607

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Today was our final day in Paris. For that we had booked an Eiffel Tower tour. The tour representative was an Aussie from Brisbane (taking a year off from uni), and our tour guide Lindsay, was from the US. (She is doing history and archival studies at a ...

Have an Eiffel of Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Have an Eiffel of Paris

A travel blog entry by peteandmandy

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Our drive down to Paris went well, thanks to Tim, the GPS Steve had borrowed from his work. Mandy and I both fell asleep on the way down so Steve grabbed his camera and took some flattering photos of us. We decided we were going to stay just to the north ...

Tourist or travelers?, Paris, France travel blog

Tourist or travelers?

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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Travelblogs.com recently asked readers to define what is a tourist and what is a traveler. I guess it comes down to your own self-perception, but let's face it, who these days wants to say 'I am a tourist'? It has so many bad connotations. Traveler ...

And we are officially all museum-ed out..., Paris, France travel blog

And we are officially all museum-ed out...

A travel blog entry by susan.carrick

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... Dame from below on the river.  The photos from the boat will never be great photos, but they are different photos and capture a Paris that emerges or looms into view… The Metro brought us back to Cadet – Line 7 and no changes – ...

Sunday Rest  Day, Paris, France travel blog

Sunday Rest Day

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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... Although there was only a handful of observers there the ceremony was conducted with all the traditions and respect. A quiet day , but being in Paris is a treat every day , irrespective of how much or little you ...

Saint Paul, Paris, France travel blog

Saint Paul

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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... The Place des Vosges was our final stop before we headed to rendezvous with Elyse.  It is the oldest planned square in Paris (built between 1605 and 1612).  Amongst art galleries and cafes now,  they also have the Victor Hugo Museum (I ...

A Birthday in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

A Birthday in Paris

A travel blog entry by chronometers

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... to many sites. We really liked being able to make our own coffee and have cereal and yogurt in the morning. Normally in France we spend the morning searching for coffee and a pastry and end up eating things which are unhealthy and having teeny tiny cups ...

A New Year in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

A New Year in Paris

A travel blog entry by kangelo13

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... to see all the costumes and masks and ride throught the canals on the gondolas. i am going to take some great photos while i'm there. paris is still cold, but the sun has been shining which makes me happy. at least now we are prepared for the cold, now ...

Les Halles, Paris, France travel blog

Les Halles

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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...   the Stroher bakery (this was a long establish bakery, by a Polish baker who had moved to France 2 centuries ago to accompany a queen who had married into the Royal family) we bought one of their signature ...

Hitting the big ticket items!, Paris, France travel blog

Hitting the big ticket items!

A travel blog entry by susan.carrick

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Oooh my feet! Are you tired of this whine? Are you saying - my god, that woman is in Paris and she's complaining...??? Well, yes I am...my feet!!!! We walked and walked and walked. It was wonderful and amazing. Off we went at 8.15am to beat ...

Paris drive-by, Paris, France travel blog

Paris drive-by

A travel blog entry by gr8escape

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(C) In Paris for just a day to share some luggage with our new friend Molly - who has agreed to let us leave some luggage at her apartment in the Marais.  Just a real short trip through Paris this time - but we plan to come back and get our ...

Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Paris

A travel blog entry by elsewhere

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... , Nantes, Blois, Orleans and are currently in Paris. Whew. We're considering selling kidneys to cover the internet expenses in France. Nice: We arrived in Nice quite late and set about the now-familiar task of finding a room for the night. The ...

Back to Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Back to Paris

A travel blog entry by gr8escape

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... was bittersweet. We stayed in an actual hotel (thank you, travel partner!), had dinner at an Italian place (I know we were in France, but their food is NOT the best in Europe), and crammed 5 months of traveling back into our suitcases. Landing in Salt ...

A Little Wrench in Our Plans and Then to Versaille, Paris, France travel blog

A Little Wrench in Our Plans and Then to Versaille

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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... at the train station we investigated a little further and found that our rail passes did work for the trains to the outer parts of Paris! So apparently on the first night we wasted 24 Euro on a train that we should have gotten for free. Someone at that ...

Louvre for Free? Try Again.....Catacombs Instead, Paris, France travel blog

Louvre for Free? Try Again.....Catacombs Instead

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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... 'll probably be packed inside and very frustrating. So we left and would return the next day. We instead went to check out the Paris catacombs. When we got there another line was waiting for us, yaaaaaaaaa. We ended up waiting in this one for good because ...

Typical tourists, Paris, France travel blog

Typical tourists

A travel blog entry by collenberg

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After a day off from any art appreciation, we hit the Musee D'Orsay. An old, restored train station, the art was more delicately displayed than in the Louvre. The pieces were granted the space they deserved instead of stacked one atop the other. Tons ...

Excerpts from Song of the Open Road by Whitman, Paris, France travel blog

Excerpts from Song of the Open Road by Whitman

A travel blog entry by tracystravels

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A gift from a tour mate from Iran, this inspiring poem by Walt Whitman, Song of the Open Road must be left behind due to space restrictions in my bag...but not before sharing some excerpts: Afoot and light-hearted, I take to the open road, ...

It's raining again!, Paris, France travel blog

It's raining again!

A travel blog entry by gr8escape

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... 't care.  She thinks I am whining.  I'm going to poke a hole in her sleeping pad.  Oh yeah, and Paris is cool.  I especially liked the Louvre cause we spent many hours there wandering the halls looking at the paintings.  Such an ...

Bonne Annee, Paris, France travel blog

Bonne Annee

A travel blog entry by collenberg

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... the lines took forever, but it was amazing. Good view of the City of Lights from the top! Like a lot of the Paris attractions though, being around it, experiencing it externally was almost as spectacular as doing it, being in it... I'm already ...

Cheap airfares: calm before the storm?, Paris, France travel blog

Cheap airfares: calm before the storm?

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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You've got to wonder at the cheap flights these days. These 'economic crisis' days. First there was Southwest airlines in the US with fares from 49$, including $99 coast to coast. Now other airlines around the world are following, with cheap ...

An Interview with Megan, Paris, France travel blog

An Interview with Megan

A travel blog entry by janice

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... , Megan, how are you enjoying Paris? Megan: I'm enjoying it a lot and it is wicked. J: What's different about Paris? M: Everything. The traffic is much busier than Toronto. The buildings are older. The food is tastier. My favourite would ...

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