Travel Blogs from Paris, France

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April in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

April in Paris

A travel blog entry by kangelo13

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... and you have to give three months notice if you want to break your contract, but we found a loop hole in the French system. France protects the renters more than the owners, so if you are moving for a job or you are unemployed you just give a letter to ...

Waking City, Paris, France travel blog

Waking City

A travel blog entry by collenberg

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... Sacre Couer where the street peddlers were especially aggressive. I felt the presence of angry black men for the first time in Paris. Continued past an artist's market and was offered a panoramic view of the city at sunset. Back to the area we ...

Detour in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Detour in Paris

A travel blog entry by andreaturner

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... allowing the unknown to take over. After what seemed like an endless communication struggle and ultimate sign language showdown, Air France put me on another New Delhi flight Friday morning complete with hotel and food vouchers and a toothbrush for ...

summer ends (France), Paris, France travel blog

summer ends (France)

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... the same train and go to Arles and catch a train from there to Avignon within a half hour of arrival. Ummm, hellllloooo France train people!?!? The joy I'm filled with knowing I'm stuck using this system for the next few weeks. Anyway, I stopped in Arles ...

Can I get that French Attitude on the side please?, Paris, France travel blog

Can I get that French Attitude on the side please?

A travel blog entry by tracystravels

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... but then added..."see its just like English...don't you think you could make a little effort to speak French while you are in France..."  This coming from him after I had, in French, greeted him, said please and asked him if he spoke English.  ...

Paris., Paris, France travel blog

Paris.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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back in ...

Happy Easter from Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Happy Easter from Paris

A travel blog entry by kangelo13

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... here which keeps it fun and interesting. Brea's mom is coming for two weeks this Saturday. We will be going to south France, Lourdes in the Pyrannies. Last week we met some friends of friends from Austin, Texas who were backpacking through Europe. We ...

The sights around Paris, Paris, France travel blog

The sights around Paris

A travel blog entry by clintonb

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... stayed at the hotel. After checking out whats in our local, there were heaps of pubs and cafe's. But then again this is Paris - cafe's are everywhere. I ended up walking into some random pub and was keen to try more French beer. The guy behind the ...

Travel tips and secrets, Paris, France travel blog

Travel tips and secrets

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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... Lingus 169 degrees - El Al 170 degrees - Continental, Japan Airlines 171 degrees - American, Lufthansa 175 degrees - Air France, Qantas 180 degrees - Air Canada, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta, Emirates, Jet Airways, Qatar, ...

The Thalys to Paris, Paris, France travel blog

The Thalys to Paris

A travel blog entry by jeroenandlinda

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... of blame. After we recovered a bit we sorted out more luggage. We are leaving for 3 weeks of Europe, planning to see France, Spain and maybe Portugal, so we don't need that much luggage. We consolidated our suitcases and now have one suitcase, one ...

Staying with Michelle, Austin and family, Beauvais, Paris, France travel blog

Staying with Michelle, Austin and family

A travel blog entry by worldofbintang

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Spent a lovely few days in Laversines with Michelle, Austin, Bethany, Eleonore, Samuel and Joshua. The weather was absolutely gorgeous and we spent time visiting Beauvais 'Beach' and the markets. We also went to an amusement park called Parc St Paul ...

Paris: The begining, Paris, France travel blog

Paris: The begining

A travel blog entry by cullism

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... down we sipped coffee on our balcony and watched four tough-looking policemen searching some youths in the street below. Perhaps the Paris gendarmerie had been mobilised to find my wallet! I filmed the event on my new video camera for the enjoyment of ...

Bonjour Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Bonjour Paris

A travel blog entry by canaussie

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... from Paris, but first indulge in your included breakfast in the dining cart. -      Upon arrival in Paris, gain orientation and begin using your French to realize that people really do understand you and are very helpful in the ...

"Honky Chateau"

A travel blog entry by jbushie

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... into an overpriced (by Australian standards) quad room - it should really only have been a triple at most - we have arrived in Paris and opened the door of our little apartment to find SPACE! Light, airy, modern and with room to swing that cat. Browns ...

The Louvre, Paris, France travel blog

The Louvre

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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... hadn't eaten yet that was all that was on our minds. After that we decided we were wiped from the four days of sightseeing in Paris and went back to the hotel. We spent the rest of the late afternoon and evening working on the blog, well Jackie did anyway ...

"A Rush of Blood to the Head"

A travel blog entry by jbushie

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(Cold Play - and a jolly fine album it was...) In the end it only cost 6 euros at the Swatch shop for a new battery to fix my watch. But a rush of blood to the head nearly had me paying 99 euros for a new watch in an absolutely charming watch-shop on ...

Gay Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Gay Paris

A travel blog entry by janda

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... read about later when I have time to do it justice...start thinking and sending guesses as to where we went and why. We arrived in Paris this morning and have been to the eiffel tower (too windy to go up), a boat ride down the sienne, the bastille and ...

Arrived in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Arrived in Paris

A travel blog entry by clintonb

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... at the size of this thing. I've never seen so much steel before! One thing though. Everywhere you go near any attraction in france, there are people trying to sell you statues and little gifts all the time. If you even give them just a little chance ...

Voila!, Paris, France travel blog

Voila!

A travel blog entry by tracystravels

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... throughout the Middle East with no problems. We are staying at the Hotel Castex near the Bastille in Le Marais District of Paris.  Lovely boutique hotel...not to sad to say goodbye to the shared bathroom and snoring foreigners of the dorm rooms ...

We'll always have Paris, Paris, France travel blog

We'll always have Paris

A travel blog entry by vine_hooligans

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... now that summer was officially over and we moved into autumn we had to dig the layers out from the bottom of our bags. Paris and even France have far surpassed my expectations and I found it hard not to fall in love with quality of life. We'll miss ...

"Love This City"

A travel blog entry by jbushie

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... The Whitlams were singing about Sydney in the Tim Freedman song from the album of the same name, but for me, it's Paris. Even on an overcast day threatening rain, things were delightful. We caught the Metro over to the Arc de Triomphe ...

Christmas in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Christmas in Paris

A travel blog entry by petrest

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... . For $8EU or less, you get almost two glasses a piece whereas in Germany it would cost you almost $16EU. Vice versa, in France, beer is outrageously expensive...one time we had two beers which cost us $12EU where in Germany it would have cost us only ...

Paris, France, Paris, France travel blog

Paris, France

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... to Paris. Ah, the original city of love. Paris radiates love throughout it. Except for English speakers. If you're going to France, you'd better learn French. Because they hate speaking English, even though most of them can. One guy even told us so. I ...

The happiest place on Earth.. well, one of them.., Paris, France travel blog

The happiest place on Earth.. well, one of them..

A travel blog entry by flashpackers

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... guess it wasn't a bad thing that the parks closed at 7pm, as we were frozen and still had to catch the train back into Paris. We ended up getting back there at around 8.30pm and decided that tonight would be the night we'd try out an authentic French meal ...

Happy Birthday Tracey, Paris, France travel blog

Happy Birthday Tracey

A travel blog entry by itsem

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... Tower of course (tho the Eiffel Tower is windy.. and did muss up my hair..) - No doubt they will have taken down those Paris 2012 signs by now... We had a birthday dinner in the Latin quarter, which i hadnt been to before. A great lively area, and im ...

9/11 - 10th  Year Anniversary., Paris, France travel blog

9/11 - 10th Year Anniversary.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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...  and settled down for the night. Our 2nd flight was not until mid morning the next day, but the airport hotels near the Paris airport were $200+ and the airport a long way from the city, so it made sense to tough it out overnight in the airport. We ...

Our Last Days in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Our Last Days in Paris

A travel blog entry by janice

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... , it was a good day. Our last full day in Paris was devoted to sites on the Ile-de-la-Cité, considered the centre point of Paris. We started with a climb up the Notre Dame towers. (Puff, puff.) The top of the towers give you a view of the gargoyles ...

Beautiful Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Beautiful Paris

A travel blog entry by catters

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From the craziness of Amsterdam onto the history and beauty of Paris. We invested in a hotel room for the first night to ensure a good nights sleep only for one of us to sleep so well that he snored all night keeping the other one up - thanks bro. ...

"The Pretender"

A travel blog entry by jbushie

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... up to the Barriere de la Villette, an 18th-century tollhouse that collected taxes on all goods entering the old city of Paris. From here we wandered along the Canal St.Martin in a more working class district, softened by the canal and its ...

"Physical Graffiti"

A travel blog entry by jbushie

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... kids who spray tags along the Sandringham train line are following us... Graffiti is also endemic in NY, London and now Paris. All looks the same. Interestingly, the ancient wooden doors on the old buildings seem to be universally spared while the walls ...

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