Auberge de Jeunesse D'Artagnan

Address: 80, rue de Vitruve, Paris, Île-de-France, 75020, France | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Belleville/Pere-Lachaise area of Paris, is near Pere-Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise), Marche aux Puces de Montreuil, Rue Etienne Marcel, and Piscine Georges Vallerey.
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      Day 13 (Paris)

      A travel blog entry by marcohj on May 22, 2014

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      ... us ages to find 'her', and I actually enjoyed looking at the other paintings more; there was an eerie silence and lack of people once you passed the Mona Lisa hall, which was so strange and refreshing given the amount of people in that room. After that we spent ages and ages walking through the Egyptian wing, which was amazing but I feel like a lot of our time in it was spent lost and trying to get out. After that we were exhausted, not even ...

      Eating snails in Paris

      A travel blog entry by leanne0333 on Jan 10, 2014

      ... more nakedness than I expected but it was a giggle. There was an amazing acrobatic artist whose act was very impressive - suspended from a rope held on by just his feet gripping the rope then flying across the room to grap another rope! Scary stuff! We were shattered by the time we got back after being our for 16 hours. We must have walked miles! I really enjoyed Paris but I wouldn't say it's my although its undeniably beautiful. I'm more excited to see Venice!
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      Orsay, Sainte-Chapelle, and a Seine River tour

      A travel blog entry by mbednarek on Oct 04, 2013

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      ... with an American oddity like 'Whistler's Mother' added for good measure.

      Around every bend was another stunning piece, resulting in an experience that was far more thrilling than The Louvre (there, I said it). Mike even bumped into an old clown student of his, John Roy Wilson from Eugene, who he hadn't seen in years. What serendipity.

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      Croissants, Frenchies and the 500 Euro dramas

      A travel blog entry by julesmc on Aug 08, 2013

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      ... or so rows) and I slept for most of the flight. Only a few nervous moments with turbulence, but all in all a great flight. Nearing Paris they also took any children on board on a walk through of the plane, it would have been a great experience. We thought Net, being vertically challenged could have totally blended in with the little kids, but she didn't join the tour. We arrived in Paris just after 6am, and after a slight drama with our luggage, (read cops, security breach, train ...

      Post Ammesia

      A travel blog entry by terri.michaud on Jul 10, 2013

      ... Aoki was Hanging out in VIP during Knife Party's set, the Knife Party were there during Steve Aoki's set. Not terribly friendly guys..... We made new friends - Wednesdsy & Chris, who I am sure we will never see again!!! The night ended at 6 am with a can ride home...which resulted in us being dropped off miles from home. We wandered lost for a while until we managed to circle around from the back side of a ...