Hipotel Paris Atlas

Rue Atlas, 12, Paris, Île-de-France, France | Hostel
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Christmas in Paris!

A travel blog entry by emseurope


... all the children falling over!
Once we got into the apartment we were pleasantly surprised by a package from our mum's. With simple things like chocolate, vegemite, twisties, flashing Christmas earrings, Australian flag and Australian tree decorations it was a very nice surprise! Although the nutella was something we didn't need with the European's loving their nutella and it being absolutely EVERYWHERE over here!

For our untraditional Christmas lunch we ...

Our last day in Paris

A travel blog entry by joalbowman


... Open Café'. When we were there, we met this lovely American Asian man who was just delightful. We then left and caught the Metro to the train station. At the train station, we were both anxious about finding the train, as it was the first time we had done this. Eventually we worked it out and got on the train. We had our own private room with seats and beds that fold down. The train on first appearance looked nice but ...

Paris bound

A travel blog entry by cathterry


... Arc de Triomphe, and start our self tour of Paris. The Arc de Triomphe is every bit as beautiful on reality, even bigger. We actually drove around it in our first misguided taxi ride, it's big!!! And busy. There's a memorial service of some sort going on by the eternal flame. I'm such a fountain of knowledge explaining to the kids about the history of the building and the significance of the flame, knowledge I plucked from somewhere in my brain from learning ...

From rolling hills to roller coasters

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold


... canal at the back complete with gondoliers imported from Venice. Unfortunately for Louis, after his death some poor French got a bit sick of the opulence of the wealthy and started taking heads. We only toured the gardens, partly due to the price and ridiculous line to enter the palace (Paris is pretty good at making you wait in lines). Though, the garden took most of the day to complete, we had to visit the Moulin Rouge that evening. Here, we bypassed the ...

Airport blues

A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn


... terminal in Kuala Lumpur, some 15 minutes away. I had absolutely no idea I was supposed to be elsewhere and there was no time to catch a shuttle bus, so was forced to go by taxi. From what I could work out, Malaysian taxis are unmarked, so I was a little hesitant about getting in the car that security told me was a vacant taxi.

While it was in fact a taxi, the driver was a lunatic. He was going 150km/h on the highway, talking on the phone, ...


This hostel, located in the Buttes-Chaumont area of Paris, is near Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Promenades Gourmandes, 19th Arrondissement, and Antoine & Lili.
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