71, rue de Charonne, Paris, Île-de-France, 75011, France | 2 star hotel
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The Champs-Elysees is a busy street

A travel blog entry by roxyhart


... foreign drinking game (ie. when you don't understand what they're saying.. you drink! I call it the Pablo.) So by the time we got back on the bus, most of us were sufficiently tipsy. Some more than others. One of the boys stumbled back on the bus covered in red lipstick after being pursued by the shows resident drag queen and proceeded to sing Spice Girls into the bus microphone. Oh Mickey Moo Moo, what will we do with you?

More drinks were ...

Paris, France Day 18

A travel blog entry by honey77

... is the biggest in Europe. Both the King and Queen had their own wings and even their own gardens. At 2000 acres in size, the gardens were out of this world. Kate and I took a walk down to the canals for as long as my little knees would allow me. It was a beautiful place to visit. That night was our farewell dinner and cruise on the River Seine. A fitting way to end our journey. Kate and I saw the Eiffel Tower light up, we got that elusive kiss underneath her. Yay! It ...

Paris - Day 1

A travel blog entry by guye


... for my iPhone: one has a map and ALL the locations, restaurants, etc built in so you don't need Internet access while yo are getting around. It uses the GPS to show you where you are and the direction to travel and walk to where you want to go. It even has embedded Wiki blurbs about heaps of locations so yo can read up about the building or whatever you stumble upon. Brilliant! The other was a self-contained ...

Paris: It's Curtains!

A travel blog entry by shomscenes


... activities for the day. Since Amy lives in an up and coming gentrified area of Paris and it was the holy month of Ramadan, it was exciting walking down her street and seeing several Turkish and Arab shops preparing confectioneries and other foods. Our first stop was at the Père Lachaise Cemetery, Paris’ largest and most decorated cemetery. Arguably one of the most popular cemeteries in the world, Père Lachaise houses the graves of several ...

Day 3 in Disneyland

A travel blog entry by kovacsfamily


... into the park and I was a princess for a day in
Disneyland. I went on the tea cup ride with my dad, we all went on a little
cruise through miniature scenes from favourite fairytales, then Casey Junior
train ride. After these rides it was my turn to go to the Princess Pavilion to
meet one of the Disney Princesses. My mum had to line up for over an hour to
get the reservation ticket (and as they say it’s a small world, she was

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