Adagio Paris Bercy Village

1-7 Cour Du Minervois, Paris, Île-de-France, 75012, France | 3 star hotel
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Starting a long trip in Paris

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... DFW airport. The previous days were a blur of details, since an absence of two months requires forethought and planning.

Our flight to Detroit left Dallas ten minutes late and we had quite a bit of turbulence on the way up through the clouds. Marjolaine really doesn't care for turbulence, but I don’t mind as much because when we hit any, she very much likes to hold my hand….

We were further delayed by having to fly around ...

Arrival at 5th arrondissement Paris

A travel blog entry by 5plimmers


... in Paris til today. Even more of a coincidence was that she was staying a mere few kms from where we were. We happened upon le Negociant Cafe where they served a delightful little, flavoursome espresso for me and "MYO" hot chocolates for the others comprising chocolate syrup and a jug of hot milk. It was great timing as Bron and her son Theo and her mum Margie were able to meet us there and pass the time catching up til midday. On our way back to the apartment ...


A travel blog entry by emseurope


... it would be but thanks to the popularity of the show the more 'non-traditional' can can is probably the more popular. Even though the show was sung in French the music, emotion, choreography and scarcely clad performers lead you to have no doubts as to what was happening in the story and songs

The show and performance I was most intrigued to see was the snake sacrifice scene, a glass tank was raised from under the front half of the stage to reveal a tank 3/4 of water with ...

Paris, je t'aime.

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips


... and cheeses. Also, the great thing about meeting people from all around the world is learning about their home and culture. I was able to try Finnish bread and Finnish salted black licorice called Salmiakki (can't say I am a fan, but was interesting to try!). I also tried a traditional Spanish dish of bread with tomato jam and prosciutto and of course, canned German Liverwurst, another interesting experience.

The following weekend we went to downtown Amiens for ...

Paris, You Magnificent Slut.

A travel blog entry by roduperron


... and beautiful. But at the same time, hundreds of other people are filing in and out of the space, their footsteps echoing and amplifying against the walls, talking - not whispering - to let themselves be heard to their companions, kids crying or laughing or yelling, running about. And the beats of the music just out front of the cathedral, the cheers of the crowd intrude on the atmosphere as well. Could they not have planned accordingly, closed the front doors, ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Bastille area of Paris, is near Bercy Village, French National Library (Bibliotheque Nationale de France), Left Bank (Rive Gauche), and Omnisens.
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