Travel Blogs from Paris, France

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Amazing Paris and the Champs-Élysées, Paris, France travel blog

Amazing Paris and the Champs-Élysées

A travel blog entry by ngjordan

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... Bastille Day which occurs on 14 July. The Nazi army marched along the Champs-Élysées in June 1940 following the fall of France, and then following the liberation of the city the French forces marched along the avenue on 26 August 1944, followed by the ...

Paris, France...Five Visits (World), Paris, France travel blog

Paris, France...Five Visits (World)

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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... a wonderful place to stop for awhile, and they will never kick you out. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our trip to Paris in 2008 led us to more of the places within the book. Although we had seen ...

Shopping in Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Shopping in Paris

A travel blog entry by ngjordan

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... equal time spent looking at men's and women's clothes, sunglasses, perfume and sports shops, including Adidas, Nike and the Paris St Germaine team shop. A new experience at McDonalds for lunch, which helps overcome the language barrier, was ordering via ...

Oh La La, Paris, France travel blog

Oh La La

A travel blog entry by itsem

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In Paris we felt we must cram as many things in as we could, it's Paris after all and so many things to see and do. The first and most obvious was a trip to the Eiffel Tower, which we also checked out at night for its lovely light show. We happily ...

Walk from Louvre to Grande Palais (2), Paris, France travel blog

Walk from Louvre to Grande Palais (2)

A travel blog entry by astrix7

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... bridge it was. The Pont Alexandre III , named after the Russian Tzar, has been voted the most elegant and beautiful bridge in Paris, and is ranked by Tripadvisor at #5 out of 727 attractions in Paris. It was built before 1900 along with the Grande Palais ...

Saint Germain Des pres, Paris, France travel blog

Saint Germain Des pres

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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... nbsp; admiring  the  wonderful stone  work  that  we  have  found  typical  throughout  Paris.  From  here  we  wandered  in  the  local  area  ,  up  ...

Top of the world, Paris, France travel blog

Top of the world

A travel blog entry by scootergal

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... . We had made arrangements to meet up with one of the BOSS's schoolmates from Australia who was on exchange for a year in France. We shall call him MAF to secure his anonimity. As teeneagers do, they had made plans over the net and the ...

Algeria and Rick Steves French Italian Phrase Book, Paris, France travel blog

Algeria and Rick Steves French Italian Phrase Book

A travel blog entry by tracystravels

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... a few more pictures and then they left. I emerged from the cathedral to quite a crowd in the courtyard, the streets of Paris lit up with delicate lights and sometimes neon signs depending on where you looked. I slowly walked back towards my hotel. At ...

Invalides, Paris, France travel blog

Invalides

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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... ; towards  the  Seine  where  we  ate  a  lunch  in  the  Air  France  building .  As  we  continued  to  wander  through  this  interesting  ...

The Louvre, Paris, France travel blog

The Louvre

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... is awful as it takes so long. Each trip is taking up to an hour. I'm completely undecided as to whether I like Paris or London more... the French have been OK but the language barrier is making communication difficult. For that reason, as well as the ...

First  day  at  School, Paris, France travel blog

First day at School

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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Today, we dropped a grumpy Elyse off for her first day of French school.  One would think that the school would be easy to find – but it is tucked away on the 3rd floor of what looks like an apartment building.  We have 2 security doors ...

Second  day  of  school, Paris, France travel blog

Second day of school

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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... takes a backpack, so the mustards went in the pack and we continued our 3 hour walk home, through the beautiful back streets of Paris. We returned to school to pick up Elyse and then home for Sharon to do the pays and for Elyse to do her ...

Grands Boulevards, Paris, France travel blog

Grands Boulevards

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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... by the charming man in the placemat shop was closed - so that will be put on our must do list for our next visit to Paris. The Rex cinema - also recommended - (an art deco style building) has tours but we were happy with a few snaps from the outside - ...

Back to Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Back to Paris

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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... to  Starbucks  to  warm  up  for  the  train  trip  home. Arriving  in  Paris  we  caught  the  RER  x 2  and  found  ourselves  back  at  ...

Barcelona was too hot, I'm a Paris kind of person, Paris, France travel blog

Barcelona was too hot, I'm a Paris kind of person

A travel blog entry by astrix7

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... the whole place is just very modern and very spacious. Many of the people in Spain said "why are you spending a whole month in Paris? " It is something that I will have to keep in mind, the fact that I could possibly run around like a mad tourist and run ...

One of many snow related conversations:- ..., St Jean De Sixth, France travel blog

One of many snow related conversations:- ...

A travel blog entry by jrcormack

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... have to wait a year... There is a reason for the weird title but I will explain later. St Jean De Sixth is somewhere in Sthn France, I am not really sure, but all I know is that we had to get a bus, then a train, then a different train and then ...

Place D'Italie, Paris, France travel blog

Place D'Italie

A travel blog entry by afisher63

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We only had the morning to explore because we wanted to be back in time to meet Elyse after her last day of school. We chose to do d'Italie.  A very pretty area to wander through.  We were hoping to see the National Tapestry Museum in ...

transit, Paris, France travel blog

transit

A travel blog entry by jay29

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Dem bones, Dem bones..., Paris, France travel blog

Dem bones, Dem bones...

A travel blog entry by flashpackers

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... we headed off again, this time to something a little different - the catacombs..   Underneath the city streets of Paris houses the bones of almost 6 million former citizens. Basically in the late 17th century, the church cemeteries were ...

Sorry Pompidou I misjudged you., Paris, France travel blog

Sorry Pompidou I misjudged you.

A travel blog entry by astrix7

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... all the brightly coloured pipes on the outside, and many people think is an abomination compared to most public buildings in Paris) Tripadvisor rates the orangery #12 out of 730 attractions in Paris, because it has two large oval rooms which have walls ...

France - Red Wine, Train Travels and Police!, Paris, France travel blog

France - Red Wine, Train Travels and Police!

A travel blog entry by jrcormack

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... had just spent the last 5 weeks jet setting through South America a weekend away to catch up and see the sights and sounds of Paris/France was definitely in call. And if all went well an opportunity to spend the day on Monday at Euro Disney - yes the ...

The Louvre (Paris), Paris, France travel blog

The Louvre (Paris)

A travel blog entry by petrest

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... we are glad that we got lost because if we hadn't we would have missed out on seeing some of the most interesting sights in Paris. For someone who initially thought the Louvre was a river, I was amazed by what we saw. For someone who doesn't care for ...

Museum Free Day.. Oh, the crowds!!!, Paris, France travel blog

Museum Free Day.. Oh, the crowds!!!

A travel blog entry by flashpackers

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<Brian's brief chronological list of "highlights" (and of whinging)>   - First up, we saw the Louvre and followed the Rick Steves audio guide. Here we saw works of art like the Mona Lisa (which was actually pretty small in a room ...

Le piscine, Paris, France travel blog

Le piscine

A travel blog entry by orangenemo

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... his funny American swim trunks. Hahahaha! Then he will call us gay and so we'll probably wear our own big swim trunks. France is really cool, and I am really enjoying it. We went to the Catacombs today and walked around the fashion district. I just ...

Leaving Bretagne, Bretagne - Paris, France travel blog

Leaving Bretagne

A travel blog entry by 613flavah

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... in Paris around 630pm, thanks to the rush hour traffic we didn't make it to my parents friends' house for dinner in Paris. After dinner they drove us to the hotel and this is where we are now. The hotel is located between the Cartier Latin ...

Lucy's birthday - Paris, Paris, France travel blog

Lucy's birthday - Paris

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... were sounding as we were tried to enter, the guards came out with guns pointed our way, and all it was we had zippers on our jackets !!!!! It as a great introduction to Paris, much more pleasant than some of the problems we had had in the country ...

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

We'll always have Paris...

A travel blog entry by cemewa

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... ; No galleries or museums (even though we thought about the Musee de Armee which had an exhibition on Indochine)... just Paris in its autumn splendour. ...

I sat next to Queen Anne of Austria for lunch.., Paris, France travel blog

I sat next to Queen Anne of Austria for lunch..

A travel blog entry by astrix7

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... and flowers blooming. Thanks to Tripadvisor I chanced upon the Palais de Luxemburg and the Luxemburg gardens (#49th out of 730 attractions in Paris), and decided to have myself a lunch in the gardens. I left home at 11.30 with a flask of coffee, and ...

Wow Napoleon what a tomb, they done you proud.., Paris, France travel blog

Wow Napoleon what a tomb, they done you proud..

A travel blog entry by astrix7

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... generals. Thus when Napoleon himself died, his body was returned to France from St Helena, and a tomb befitting the ex-emperor of France was excavated under the central dome (which took 20 years to finish) and his body was entombed there in 1861. In the ...

It's French for good skin, Paris, France travel blog

It's French for good skin

A travel blog entry by cobi

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