No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Plug-Inn Hostel Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... throughout the day. We eventually departed 35 minutes late.
And is there any compensation - no, of course not. This is Eurostar. They will only consider compensation if they are more than an hour late. This is a much less generous policy than any domestic train company now adopts and must be just about the minimum they can get away with.
With all the advantages ...
... to the Sacre Couer. Hope to find the cafe that I had one awesome cappuccino at when I was here before. Need to buy some gifts, yeah, as if my suitcase has any room!
It is now a few hours later & I am sitting at the kitchen table drinking a glass of Rose' from Provence, after tasting a few different bottles this week, I find that I like the one I had the first night here the best & bought it again tonight. Just made some ...
... more trying to find that cathedral than I did getting from my hostel to the Louvre. Why does Paris even bother making maps? They are no good without street signs. After wandering for half my life and buying an overpriced coffee just to use the bathroom, I eventually saw my childhood coming to life. The cathedral looks just like it does in the Disney movie. There are those gargoyles at the top that Quasimodo swings off of, and Frollo falls from, and ...
... interested in forming an accord with other nations; it spent a good half of the time stuck to some other boat. Maryann sailed happily on her own in the Belgian flagged vessel. After sailing, a picnic lunch, go-carts and playground time at the Jardin Luxembourg, it was off to the basilica Sacre-Coeur where the view of Paris rivals the top of the Eiffel Tower. From there we wound our way down through Montmarte, said goodbye and went our separate ways. Our kids ...
... a supermarket we were distressed to see some people attending to a dog that had been left in a parked car. French people take their dogs everywhere so we couldn't work out why this one had been left in the car. We returned to the station at 6pm and returned our car. Our Citroen had been great. We sat down at the station to wait for our train when the board changed to indicate that our train was running an hour late. This meant we would have to wait at the station from ...