71, rue de Charonne, Paris, Île-de-France, 75011, France | 2 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by mezzas


... any dramas. It's good to be heading home but a bit sad at the same time that the adventure is coming to an end. It's also a little sad the 24 hours flying that lies ahead of us. And the 8 hour stopover we've got in Hong Kong. Ughhh!! If we're feeling brave and relatively human after this first 16 hour leg we might leave the airport and head into the city in Hong Kong. Or we might just find a quiet corner and curl up into the foetal ...

The ''Joys'' of Travel Part 1

A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs

We're off on another adventure & so excited about it! Flying for the first time with Icelandair - we had high expectations. We thought that because the flight from Edmonton to Reykjavic is so new- that the service would be excellent & way better than we've had in the past (its not hard to beat Air Canada). However, we probably had the worst service that we've ever experienced & it made Air Canada not look so bad. The staff was brusque ...


A travel blog entry by 5edwards


... are old enough and tall enough to do these rides on their own!

By the end of the day we had been on all rides that had been classed as Big Thrills and had minimum height restrictions. (Though that's very much a royal we!) Queues were minimal, so by the end of the day when 3 children had had 11 rides each and 2 adults had had 4 or 5, with time to let stomachs settle in between, we all felt we'd a great day.


A travel blog entry by darylheather


Our day started early with an alarm clock, we got to Versaiiles with the other hundreds of tourists so had to queue for a while. The palace out did the others we saw in the Loire valley on Sunday. Extravegance to theextreme; the use of multi-coloured marble for walls, floors, balastrades, columns and statues, along with extensive use of gold for gilding and decoration, the painted ceilings were incredible, along with the large oil paintings all with a story to tell. It ...

Versailles on bikes

A travel blog entry by rose60


... over 200 years ago would have been nestled within the countryside but now is just part of regional Paris. It is hard to grasp the size of the palace grounds, the huge canal that took years to dig and thousands of noblemen, women and royalty who lived there, not to mention the peasants that built the palace. Stu presented French history, in particular the era of Louis XIV, XV, XVI, Napoleon and the Revolution with humor and originality and ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Hôtel-de-Ville area of Paris, is near Paris Plage, Theatre de la Bastille, Studio Harmonic, and Bachelier Antiquites.
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