Hotel Park Lane Paris

4 Rue La Boetie, Paris, Île-de-France, 75008, France | 4 star hotel
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Gay Paris!

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie

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... cool bottle! It was a really great dinner and one I'll remember for sure. We were keen to see the Notre Dame and Eiffel Tower lit up at night so strolled back down through the streets checking out what everyone was eating on the streets. Our menu definitely stacked up with the more expensive options we saw. We took an old 'subway' which was actually an elevated railway that gave us glimpses of the tower all the way there.

I really wanted a picture of the blue ...

Vehr-Sigh (Versailles) a bit of a non- event

A travel blog entry by abi.latham

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The mood on the subway this morning was really sombre - you could feel that many were affected by the tradgedy yesterday, possibly thinking the same thoughts as us that it could just as easily have been them.

We arrived in Versailles and made the short 5 minute walk to the palace to see a long line, no worries we had booked our tickets on line to avoid the queues so went up to the top to find the booked tickets entry, only to be told the long line was it! ...

We're going to the chapel & we're already marr

A travel blog entry by rachelpotter

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The first post today is a guest post by Bob. I had to get ready for our evening trip to the Moulin Rouge. Today is our 10th wedding anniversary so it’s only appropriate that we went to THREE churches today! Enjoy and another update after our show! From Bob: Today, we overslept! Perhaps it was the FIVE bottles of wine we shared with friends last night or maybe the jet lag just finally caught up with us. But regardless it worked out ...

Palace of Versailles

A travel blog entry by apopples

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... we didn't see them all)
and it was very grand except a lot of the rooms were the same and it got
a bit boring. At the other end of the gardens the queen had her own
palace which had a long hall with lots of mirrors. After that we went
back to the first part of the palace so we could find the exit and go
home. ...

Bonjour Paris!

A travel blog entry by nicolejane88

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I don't think anyone would have enjoyed that bus ride that we'd jut endured. After a long shower and check-in to our room I was exhausted from running on 2 hours sleep so it was a nap for me, though I don't know if 4 hours is classed as a nap. We ventured out after 10pm and met up with our travel friend and went and visited the Eiffel Tower. At first it was so serrelle seeing the Eiffel Tower in person, then I was in awe of how tall ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Champs Elysee area of Paris, is near Chappelle Expiatoire, 8th Arrondissement, La Comtesse du Barry, and Salle Gaveau.
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