Citadines Paris Opera Vendome

Address: 2, rue Edouard VII, Paris, Île-de-France, 75009, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Pigalle area of Paris, is near Palais Garnier - Opera National de Paris, Paristoric, Fragonard Scribe Museum, and L'Olympia.
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The Gargoyles have Taken Over!

A travel blog entry by bungaloo on Aug 23, 2014

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... road, turn droit and it is at the pont neuf (droit and pont neuf were the words I understood...C translated the rest). Remember my theory that the Parisians like to screw with tourists? Well they were half right in the directions. We had to go down this road. The turn left. The good news is we could see the pont neuf from where we actually caught the boat but it was 3-4 bridges down the Seine! Road the boat (the ...

Paris to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by petermccosker on Jul 21, 2014

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... Only EUR36 a night and reception is open 24/7 (no sign of a Mr Grumpy yet) and no curfew. It’s like a license to stay out late and enjoy myself.

Where do I go first though? Well there was one place I knew I couldn’t miss going to and that was the Anne Frank museum. After reading so much about her at school how could I not go there? I’d already booked my ticket online so no long queues for me.


A travel blog entry by chezann on Jul 16, 2014

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... from which distances to all parts of France are measured, They say it can hold more than 6,000 people which gives you some idea of the scale of it.  Like the Segrada Familia Basilica in Barcelona, you could spend hours here and still not see everything.  It is really great having the whisper sets and a local guide who can give you lots of the history and point out the various important pieces of art, sculptures, etc.  Then we were off to the iron ...

Starting a long trip in Paris

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jun 19, 2014

13 comments, 4 photos

... above it, which themselves were named for a famous French chemist who invented the alcohol thermometer in the 1700s and the famous city in the Crimea which French and English troops captured during the Crimean War in 1855.

This station and line was open so we rode the rest of the way back to the hotel which saved us an hour’s walk more or less.

After a good meal and some exercise, hopefully we’ll sleep well tonight and not be troubled by ...

Pointe Du Hoc, Omaha, Utah and More

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 04, 2014

... That's why I always played the high school mascots game. It was fun. It was interactive. It was something everyone has in common. It made them tell a little about cracked the shell. But most importantly, people must hear and understand you, or you lose them! She never lost us, but she sure tried.

Our tour guide did an adequate job of telling us our plan for the day, but I wanted to know what river we just ...