Address: Rue Simon Vouet - RN 13 , Le Port-Marly, Île-de-France, 78560 , France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Le Port-Marly

Budgie smugglers hunt and other things

A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Aug 30, 2015

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... attaire for men in swimming pools in France! No luck there either!

Back to the river bus/boat then to the hotel. Being Sunday many restaurants were closed but we found one that looked tasty and were immediately adopted by the next table. The tables are very close in most restaurants so it is impossible to have a private conversation. A pleasant evening chatting with them and exploring the kiwi connection.

Les Musees

A travel blog entry by inhovea on Jul 19, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... the beautiful Renoirs, Manets, Monets, Degas.....The space on this level is great with views over the city and a very decadent cafe.
Once out we headed towards the Pompidou for round 2. We had a bit of light rain as we walked along the Seine, taking in the sights of the city. As it is a Sunday there are not many shops open, but there are still a lot of tourists around. We walked through the Chatelet area and found a little shop selling crepes that had some ...

Another Day in Paris

A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 01, 2015

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... out at the Marché Saint Pierre. This five story building was full of fabric - every kind imaginable. The surrounding streets were full of smaller fabric stores, one after another. There were also stores with just notions, and even a couple yarn shops. The prices were okay, but not the bargains we expected.
We walked down the street to our next stop - the funicular that would take us to the top of the hill and Sacré-Coeur. This ...

Sunday in Paris

A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Apr 12, 2015

1 comment, 54 photos

... a heavy bullet-proof vest, as did all the policemen we saw. We also saw armed soldiers patrolling around the Eiffel Tower. Because of the detours we managed to see some things that we would never have seen. We visited all the usual sights, although some had to be in the afternoon following completion of the marathon. We visited Arenes de Lutece, a third century Roman arena that was only discovered when building was carried out in the area in the late 1880's. The ...

Day 58 Quiet Day in Paris!

A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Nov 13, 2014

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... smallest one last time I was there but this was even smaller! The room was simple but clean and they did a good job using the space. I immediately jumped into my tiny twin size bed but I think its even smaller than regular twin size beds. Joe left for a walking tour about an hour or so later. I told him to go on without me since it was his first time in Paris and this was my 4th. I had seen a lot of the touristy stuff already and wanted to experience a different kind ...