Travel Blogs from Paris, France

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A travel blog entry by janterry


... . We follow the instructions to the letter. Bad mistake. Bad letter. Can't turn round. You may consider driving around a busy section of Paris in a long, wide camper van at a very busy time of day, looking for a road that is not on the map, while ...

Goodbye Paris....  :(, Paris, France travel blog

Goodbye Paris.... :(

A travel blog entry by jonandheidi


... we said our goodbyes and went our separate ways. I am still amazed by the fact that our European adventure matched up in Paris with Emily and Colin's honeymoon around the world and Dyani and Brice's trip to Paris.  Seriously though, what are the ...

PARIS!!!!!!!!, Paris, France travel blog


A travel blog entry by bekstaarr


... actually missed the entering of the Channel tunnel - only to wake up on the other side, with an announcement saying 'welcome to France'. I must say though, i wasn't expecting the Nord train station to be quite so big - didn't realise how big it was until ...

Bonjour Paris!, Paris, France travel blog

Bonjour Paris!

A travel blog entry by waynedale


... much fun I'd forgotten how sick I was for a few hours. The next morning (Sunday) I had breakfast and walked though the streets of Paris. I stumbled across a museum and decided it'd be a good idea to go in and have a look. The Musee de Grevin is not far ...

Paris, C'est Magnifique!, Paris, France travel blog

Paris, C'est Magnifique!

A travel blog entry by fero_vrskovy


... walks down, no up Avenue Champs Elysees and as the week wore on, the Avenue got longer. A few general observations about Paris and France: First, the food is amazing! From the ubiquitous bread, cheese and pate to the crab ravioli, canard and crème ...

City of Love, Paris, France travel blog

City of Love

A travel blog entry by klauridsen


... I had a great time and it was nice to begin to develop somewhat of a social life!    The sights in Paris continue to amaze - be it just discovering a beautifully preserved old building or traipsing through the vast hallways of the Louvre ...

Arrival in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Arrival in Paris

A travel blog entry by savagestewart


... hopped back on the Metro and went to the Effiel Tower. It truely is a sight to behold - built in 1889 for the World Fair in Paris, the centenary of the Revolution - took only 2 years to build. Because we arrived there about 5 pm, you had to take the lift ...

The word has come, Paris, France travel blog

The word has come

A travel blog entry by dagroove


... , we met another angel disguised as a spanish truck driver named Santiago Daniel who took us all the way from Amsterdam to Paris. Wow... Thats it, for now my friends, keep the magic alive, keep the stories alive. keep the fire burning. ...

Mailliot Jaune en Dimanche, Paris, France travel blog

Mailliot Jaune en Dimanche

A travel blog entry by c895868


... been renovated and gone upmarket, in came the purple furnishings, fancy cocktails and out went the big plasma and the TdF telecast on France 2. Luckily the next street over there was another joint where you could get a beer and watch TV. By the time the ...

Lazy days by the Seine, Paris, France travel blog

Lazy days by the Seine

A travel blog entry by adrianrobert


... set and shopping bags to fill with fresh produce. We have often seen shows on TV about 'foodie heaven' in Italy or France, but nothing really prepares you for the actual thing. From freshly cut roses arranges so carefully to full ripe juicy peaches, to ...

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