Chateaubriand Hotel

6 rue de Chateaubriand, Paris, Île-de-France, 75008, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Champs Elysee area of Paris, is near Le Lido, Les Thermes du Royal Monceau, Aviation Club de France, and Le Balzac.
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    Last tango in Paris

    A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Oct 08, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Orsay. The d'Orsay is a great spot to see 19th century art and sculpture. My personal favorites were Vincent Van Gogh's Starry night on the Rhone (one of his Aries series, the best in my opinion) and his famous self portrait - both worth the price of admission alone. Rodan's sculptures are also fabulous. We wish we had both gone their first. Since our lunches were always a late afternoon affair, we seemed to always skip dinner. So a leisurely night walk and another early night for the ...

    An eventful beginning to Paris

    A travel blog entry by constance20 on Aug 24, 2014

    18 photos

    ... they studied military history so he has always had an interest in old battles. He used to paint model soldiers too. The tomb of Napoleon was very impressive. So it was off to the Pompidou Centre this afternoon for both of us. Yay! Their collection is divided into modern art from 1905 - 1980 and 1980 to the present day. One of the most effective installations was a very critical comment on the mass fast fashion industry, called O'Black (Atelier Clandestine) by Malachi Farrell. ...

    Catacombs and taxi CRASH

    A travel blog entry by ediebrooks on Jul 18, 2014

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    Today we went to the catacombs. When Paris was being built, they got the stone from underground Quarries, which left 150 km of tunnels under Paris. 300 years ago they closed all the cemeteries in Paris, and moved the bones to these tunnels. There was a really big line, that was four hours long. We started waiting in line, for 20 mins. Then dad saw a man who was giving tours in French for a ...

    Starting a long trip in Paris

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jun 19, 2014

    13 comments, 4 photos

    ... one may use the loo (as the British say) for free, on public property, and promises that most are surprisingly clean. Anyone who has traveled to Europe and France in particular will appreciate the potential utility of this guidebook….

    By the time we had our walk through and made our purchase it was past noon, and while we weren’t terribly hungry we were slightly so, and getting adjusted to meal times is important in overcoming jet ...

    Day 2...

    A travel blog entry by kalibar on May 06, 2014

    7 comments, 8 photos

    ... enjoyed listening to the beautiful voice of one of the nuns (in proper penguin outfit!).

    After that, we moved on to the artists quarter in Montmarte, before finding a delightful cafe under a wisteria vine in bloom. It was a brief repast, before moving on to the Salvador Dali museum, which was something Vik had looked forward to. We wandered through and stopped many times, for Vik to totally disregard ...