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Last days in Paris :(, Paris, France travel blog

Last days in Paris :(

A travel blog entry by sam.callender


... and cheese fondu! The best part about this restaurant is that they serve their wine out of baby bottles, apparently because France charges a tax on restaurants that serve wine in wine glasses. It allowed for some pretty funny pictures and great memories. ...

Observations of Germany and Switzerland, Paris, France travel blog

Observations of Germany and Switzerland

A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl

We drove about 6 1/2 hours from Interlaken to Paris today. It was 6 hours of fairly smooth highway driving followed by 30 minutes of white knuckle, crazy Paris city driving. Thankfully we dropped the car back to the rental company (Sixt) so we don't ...

Monet's Garden, Paris, France travel blog

Monet's Garden

A travel blog entry by lorneandhilary


A bit of an early start to catch the first train to Vernon. The Paris metro was a zoo, but we arrived at the Gare St Lazare with time to grab a croissant. We took a bus from Veron to Giverny, home of Monet's Gardens. Apparently Monet noticed the Village ...

I still want to live here someday..., Paris, France travel blog

I still want to live here someday...

A travel blog entry by gypsymichelle


Just coming here to catch the chunnel really, but wanted to see also if it still ...

DAY 102 - APRIL 15, 2007, Sevilla, Spain travel blog

DAY 102 - APRIL 15, 2007

A travel blog entry by michelob

... , but I was blown away every minute. My penchant for the city is doubly misleading since it was my first time in the country of France. With all this being said, it features a wonderful port that feed into the center of the city. It has a Notre Dame atop ...

Sacré-Coeur and Montmartre, Paris, France travel blog

Sacré-Coeur and Montmartre

A travel blog entry by carita


Montmartre, a hill in the north of Paris in the 18th arrondissement, is one of the main artistic centers of Paris. To preserve the historic district and its historic character, only limited development is allowed in the area. Sacré-Coeur is located ...

Back to the UK, Dunkerque, France travel blog

Back to the UK

A travel blog entry by d-ashworths


... in bad French so that was how we managed to order and observe the social niceties. A very short ride to Dunkerque in France the next morning. Belgium is a remarkably tiny country. Tiny, but still split by a passionate debate over whether it remains a ...

Bordeaux.....WINE COUNRTY!!!!!, Bordeaux, France travel blog

Bordeaux.....WINE COUNRTY!!!!!

A travel blog entry by sobby


Our early flight to Bordeaux left us with no where to sleep....we called a budget hotel near the airport and ended up getting a great deal...such a great deal that we kept going back to reception (and practicing our French) and asking for ¨une autre ...

Met een persoonlijke gids de stad in, Morlaix, France travel blog

Met een persoonlijke gids de stad in

A travel blog entry by pascale7171153


    Het was heerlijk fietsen in de stad van Morlaix. Philippe woonde daar al jaren en wist ongelooflijk veel te vertellen. De Viaduc is wel echt een zeer herkenbaar symbool in het centrum van de stad. ...

End of Week 3, Tours, France travel blog

End of Week 3

A travel blog entry by aprilmaeeads


Friday after class, a group of us tried to go to Chateau Villandry. Again.  The bus was broken. Still. Oh well! We decided to grab some McDonalds. Hold your sighs of exasperation! It was right by the train/bus station, and I wanted to try it, only ...

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