Travel Blogs from Paris, France

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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 ...

Paris - Beautiful Paris!, Paris, France travel blog

Paris - Beautiful Paris!

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... the Doors) grave and going to the Catacombs. The Catacombs were quite an eerie experience. In 1785 the problems posed by Paris's overflowing cemeteries was solved by exhuming the bones and storing them in the tunnels of three disused quarries in the heart ...

Paris, digital style, Paris, France travel blog

Paris, digital style

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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We took the plunge and went digital. Camera that is. Paris was the destination. As Lucy had a friend who was flying into Paris from Australia, and Lucy knew another girl who was on her honeymoon that weekend, we had a free flat in Paris to use. Getting ...

Finishing in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Finishing in Paris

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... Karla, this was like Christmas morning. It was our last day in Europe and we decided to go out with a bang at Disneyland Paris. I'm not opposed to feeling like a kid again, but Karla was definitely the more excited of the two of us. We removed everything ...

An early take off, Paris, France travel blog

An early take off

A travel blog entry by off_road_clara

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... seat, with the seat next to me empty. So, I had room to stretch out, and I managed a little bit of sleep. On arrival, Air France told me to go to the wrong terminal, but after all the messing I am just sitting waiting. Mexico, here I come. Back to the ...

City of Lights, Paris, France travel blog

City of Lights

A travel blog entry by eatdessertfirst

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... kid from the bus vomiting almost on our bags and shoes. Hmmmm, luckily we were just out of the splash zone. We negotiated the Paris metro ticket system which had an English option but still didn't make sense to us. One of the joys of arriving in a new ...

Je t'adore, Paris, France travel blog

Je t'adore

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

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· Paris, France · GMT +1:00 hour Checking in Right, so it's been a while since the last entry. But that's okay; we've been busy. Busy walking. We've just completed our four days in Paris and as I type we're on the high-speed TGV heading for Dijon, ...

Liberty and the Tower.., Paris, France travel blog

Liberty and the Tower..

A travel blog entry by flashpackers

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... brief chronological list of "highlights" (and of whinging)>   - Did the Free Morning walking tour around Paris. Wasn't anything too particularly exciting about this one... walked past some of the places that we had already visited such ...

Paris and that Damned Dan Brown, Paris, France travel blog

Paris and that Damned Dan Brown

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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... in front of him he slowly pushed down on the cork with his middle finger. After pushing the cork into the bottle without spilling a drop he looked up, smiled, and offered me a drink.  Ah, Paris in the spring. How could I turn him down.      ...

Springtime in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Springtime in Paris

A travel blog entry by giuliani242

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I landed in Paris and checked into a Marriott in La Defense using a few free nights. At that point I didn't know anyone in Paris. I took advantage of free Wi-Fi and logged into Facebook. A friend of mine had just posted that he was going to be in Paris ...

Run Moron Run..., Paris, France travel blog

Run Moron Run...

A travel blog entry by flashpackers

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... China who is living in Germany and drives tourist vans around... unfortunately for him, (apart from his brain damage) is that in France, its pretty standard to bump other peoples cars to get into the car parks. - Anyhow, my gruncle drove is to his ...

Ice skating with Da Vinci, Paris, France travel blog

Ice skating with Da Vinci

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... another ice rink, but this one was full size. As Lucy had her own skates, she was allowed on for free, but as this was France, where rules mean no rules, it was quite dangerous out there. Eventually Lucy tired, so we did the old looking at the Eiffel ...

Parisian Delights, Paris, France travel blog

Parisian Delights

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

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· Montmartre, Paris, France · GMT +1:00 hour Paris. First Impressions We've arrived. With bags in tow we managed to negotiate the Paris metro and check into our room, room 43, in Hotel Bonsejour Montmartre (Btw, the Paris metro is as easy to ...

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