La Maison Hostel

Address: 67 B rue Dutot, Paris, Île-de-France, 75015, France | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Eiffel Tower/Trocadero/Invalides area of Paris, is near Le Cordon Bleu Academie d'Art Culinaire, Le Cordon Bleu Academie d'Art Culinaire, Jardin Atlantique Paris, and Pasteur Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Paris

        Out of Africa, into Paris

        A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Sep 25, 2015

        3 comments, 4 photos

        ... a long walk. He has never visited Paris before, so this was his chance. We walked along the Seine to the Concièrgerie – with its ancient stone tours and terrible stories of prison torture, across the bridge on the Ile de la Cité – the original Paris, past the Palais de Justice and the Sainte Chapelle – one of the greatest examples of medieval stained glass windows consecrated in 1248(!), to Notre Dame de Paris – the great Cathedral ...

        Ahh Pareee...City of Dust and Filth

        A travel blog entry by theevans on Jun 10, 2015

        3 comments, 59 photos

        ... the Marolles. It was (and is?) a working class suburb and back in the day, the Palace of Justice (which was the biggest building in the world at the time of construction) was built on the hill overlooking it. Very imposing... it sent a very clear message to the plebs about where everyone in society stood.

        When we were wandering about we found a little alleyway with a crêpe shop and bar where we stopped for a while and enjoyed watching ...

        Hidden Gems and Spectacular Views

        A travel blog entry by bobintoronto on Jun 01, 2015

        43 photos

        ... He told us some very interesting but grim stories about the Place de Concorde, the scene of many uprisings and the beheading of Kings and Queens. He told us about the Louvre, which served as many things throughout the centuries, among other things, as a Fortress and a Royal Palace. Problem is, most royalty preferred not to use the Palace at the Louvre as they had very little trust of the restless public and feared for their lives. Most royalty in the day preferred ...

        From Paris with Love....

        A travel blog entry by simmo.cathy on Apr 07, 2015

        3 comments, 22 photos

        ... up late and went to do some washing at a laundromat. Bought some food from a supermarket. We also went and saw the catacombs. It was raining again on this day and we had to line up in the rain with no umbrella for 2 hours before we could enter the catacombs. We met two lovely U.S girls that we chatted to and made the time go quicker but we got very soggy! The catacombs.... Well I'm not sure how I felt about them. We are glad we went, Simmo enjoyed it, I was indifferent. ...


        A travel blog entry by robxmas14 on Jan 20, 2015

        9 photos

        We wake refreshed and pumped ready for a jam packed day of Disney fun.
        I love love love Disneyland and the kids are now use to my enthusiasm.

        We walk to the shuttle station and send the 'fastest' runners, Meg and Dan to get croissants for breakfast. (Clint was overlooked due to his tendency to pull hammys and I had Lily strapped on - well that is my excuse anyway).They return inside the 5minutes and just as the bus is coming up the street.

        When ...