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

Arriving in Kuala Lumpur - Paris

A travel blog entry by start_a_blog on Oct 03, 2014

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... and plenty more dorms. All rooms had an ensuite and lots of room for students. Each room had a beautiful view of the suburb and could see the Sacre Coeur Basillica. The rooms are perfectly set up for large groups. I went back to my room and had some food and drink of the balcony of my room looking at all the lights before going to sleep. The hostel that I stayed in was the Regent hostel in the CBD of Paris.


Day 4 - St. Germain & Montparnasse

A travel blog entry by michmich5783 on Sep 01, 2014

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... and then rearrange the tables just so. It's quite a show and a lot of fun to watch them set and reset the tables and chairs. We took the Montparnasse tour twice to make sure we saw everything. We drove by Cafe de Flore and several other hotspots from the roaring 20s. Very cool to think of all the great minds who walked these streets. (And drank in these bars and passed out on these benches and probably peed on these ...


A travel blog entry by shirleyjack on Jun 28, 2014

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... There are not many tricks we do not now know to using the metro.
We tried searching out restaurants near our hotel for dinner. Most of them thought they were Flash enough to charge Flash prices. In the end we chose a café where the eftpos n had gone done so we used up all the cash in our pockets. One woman was not impressed with having to walk two blocks to an ATM in the rain.
And so to sleep in anticipation of what tomorrow will bring.

Day 18 Paris

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 27, 2014

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... the population boom was happening the cathedral was in real danger of being pulled down. Victor Hugo wrote his book The Hunchback of Notre Dame as a way of recording some of the history of the cathedral and to hopefully save it. It certainly did the job... Now comes the amazing part of today's story... I (& Dave of course) actually climbed the 422 steps to the very top of the bell towers ( didn't see Quasimodo ...

Day 2: Lunch in the Marais

A travel blog entry by electronicfrog on Apr 29, 2014

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... would be at my door within seconds. What to do? I hastily threw on my fashionable hot pink sweats and rushed to let her in. I have never had a professional clean my house before so I didn't quite know what to do with myself while she got to work. I dumbly asked her if there was anything I could do to help. She kindly declined and I slipped out to the balcony with my computer to wait things out. Luckily, it ...