Maison Internationale des Jeunes

4, rue Titon; 11th arrondisement , Paris, Île-de-France, 75011 , France | Hostel
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Gay Paris!

A travel blog entry by bobofgold

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It all begins in Paris...

We arrived off the Eurostar in to Paris Gare du Nord on time and excited. We decided to put our bags in the lockers at the station rather than carrying them around so packed up our little bags and headed off to see the sites.

Being new in the tourist game we started our adventure with a guided boat trip …

Paris!

A travel blog entry by amyrayleen

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... was our first stop. It was pretty awesome. I don't know much about it sadly, but i do know that inside the cathedral there is the true cross and hails (a piece of the cross Jesus was crucifixes on and one of the nails that were used to crucify him). There was a mass going on during our visit so the cathedral was filled with the smell of incense and the sounds of organs playing. I lit another candle for my dad. After that we wandered around did some more shopping (even tho ...

Paris...celebrating the National Holiday

A travel blog entry by roamingpirate

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... to collect some things for a picnic dinner to eat down by the Eiffel Tower. A giant panini sandwich of eggplant, feta and tomato, a bottle of wine, some cherries and a few butter cookies made a perfect dinner for one. As I headed to the Champs de Mars, the park directly in front of the Tower, I got a phone call from the cute waiter, Gerome, from yesterday! Talk about surprised! He insisted on meeting me to watch the fireworks, but he was very far out ...

Musee d'Orsay, Napoleon, Rodin, etc..

A travel blog entry by bug23

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... which is overwhelming in size, the D'Orsay let's you relax as you wander the exhibitions.
I must say, Van Gogh is absolutely outstanding. The museum has about a dozen of his paintings, including 2 self portraits a surreal cathedral scene, plus starry nights.
Monet had a brace of water Lilly paintings, plus much too much to mention here.
If you only do one gallery in Paris, do this one.
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Day 3 - Berlin and Overnight train!!

A travel blog entry by wenonacatour

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We awoke promptly, frantically trying to pack our bags whilst making sure we didn't miss any breakfast or Internet time. We left the Generator Hostel for the DDR museum – an interactive area that portrayed the life of those living in communist East Germany and Berlin. Excited to get there we rushed to the doors only to discover we were too early. To kill the 40 minutes, we began to wander around the Museum island of Berlin where ...

Location

This hostel, located in the Bastille area of Paris, is near Pere-Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise), Paris Plage, Marché Richard Lenoir, and Montagne Ste-Genevieve.
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