11 Rue De Montholon, Paris, Île-de-France, 75009, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Pigalle area of Paris, is near Le Grand Rex, Folies-Bergére, Rose Bakery, and A la Mere de Famille.
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Travel Blogs from Paris

Daddy, I want a palace and I want it now.

A travel blog entry by susan.carrick on Jul 13, 2014

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... Stephen was the rose among the thorns. Bah.

We were glad to see some of the French countryside, albeit that near to Paris. Valleys, hamlets, hairpin bends in the road, chateaus and mist - it was all divine. We could feel the lure of provincial France with its promise of shady lanes, bicycles, baguettes and afternoon naps. The stuff of romantic novels and films, of course, but its siren call is hard to resist...

First stop, Monet's garden, and ...

A bit of a breather

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on Jun 12, 2014

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... up on the sidewalk. We sat inside a section of the vestibule area that is enclosed, in order to have a view of the interior, which maintains vestiges of the decor that was typical around the turn of the 20th-century.

We were not expecting a fantastic dining experience at this cafe, but it turned out to be very good, especially the grilled lamb chops and pureed potatoes I ordered. They were cooked to our American tastes, ...

Art Nouveau Synagogue

A travel blog entry by travelingmom on Jan 25, 2014

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... become beloved symbols of the city. The synagogue, which he designed in 1913, is typical of his sensuous style and his interest in controlling both the exterior architectural and interior design.

Although Guimard wasn't Jewish, his wife was, and fearing the Nazis, he moved to New York in 1938, where he died mostly forgotten in 1942.


French Impressionism

A travel blog entry by joelplotnek on Oct 07, 2013

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... concept of Impressionism. But for Monet it had poignant significance as well in that later on in life his view changed with the sight problems brought on by his cataracts. Impressionism reminds me a little of the joke, "If a tree fell down in the forrest, who would hear it". Which is related to the conundrum, how do I know the green I see is the same green you see? I don't claim to understand art at all, but I think this has something to do with why cubism and abstract art ...

Paris Day 1

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 24, 2013

... fine, much better than my french. 6) The old man; the taxi dropped me of in St Marcel boulevard half an hour before my appointment. So I had some time to sit and think about my predicament. I sat down on a bench in the street to try to regain my composure. This poor old man was seated at the other end of the bench, minding his own business. He became quite alarmed as my efforts to stop crying proved fruitless. Out of the corner of my eye, I caught the odd worried ...