City Aparthotel La Defense Kleber

Rue Gambetta 73, Paris, Île-de-France, France | Condo
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This condo, located on Rue Gambetta 73, Paris, is near Hotel de Ville, Bazaar Hotel deVille, French Connection Bicycle Tours, and Antiquites Eric Dubois.
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A day of art and terror!!!

A travel blog entry by mezzas on Jun 11, 2014


... have been housed. So after a very creepy walk of a few hundred meters in a tunnel a way below the ground where Adam couldn't even stand upright you come to hundreds of metres of bones. Skulls and tibias stacked on top of each other. So many. It was quite the experience. While I appreciated it I couldn't get out of there fast enough. 'Twas a little claustrophobic to say the least. Was so happy to break out into the open air.

From there we legged it to Museum d'Orsay. ...

It's A Lazy, Rainy Sunday In Paris!

A travel blog entry by liebling on Jan 26, 2014

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... had to watch me eat! He was getting ready to brief for his flight over here. I don't know why it is so hard for that man to feed himself when I'm not there. I usually leave a lot of groceries & meals in the refrigerator & return home to throw everything out because it has gone untouched. This time I didn't buy groceries & didn't leave any meals ~ I literally left 3 ripe avocados & that was it!



A travel blog entry by emseurope on Nov 30, 2013

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... a the hotel around 2.30am and attempted to call family members which proved to work sparingly. This ended up in a very expensive for a few of the boys, one ended up catching a taxi to the Arc de Triomphe even though our hotel was in the complete opposite direction, he then had to walk almost an hour to get home and was stopped by police numerous times!

Another boy ended up missing the bus and had to make his own way to Switzerland via train which would be in excessive of ...

Concrete, gorilla's and Parisian's

A travel blog entry by jessistephenson on Oct 06, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... s in Paris so I'm forced to slow things down - thank goodness!

I think I'll check out the Bastille market, then maybe the Marais area as some of there shops are said to be open. Then maybe the catacombs and Sacre Ceour. But who knows, once I venture out you never know what the world has in store for you :)

Maybe I'll find portugaises for lunch? Ernest Hemingway has already got me thinking of food. He uses that word for oysters but I'm not quite sure why...


Lazy day in Paris

A travel blog entry by dawn. on Aug 07, 2013

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... is one on every bridge of the Seine! I stumbled on a violinist, not only was he exceptional, but the passion in his face as he played showed that he was in the "flow" of passion for what he played... Eyes closed, he barely noticed any crowd around or the fact that he was being pitched coins! I returned home to prepare my produce for dinner, drink wine and get dressed to go out... An hour or so later I found myself near Chatelet, more restaurants ...