D'Anjou Hotel Paris

Address: 47 Rue Louis Rouquier , Levallois-Perret, Île-de-France, 92300, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 47 Rue Louis Rouquier , Levallois-Perret, is near Triumphal Way (Voie Triomphale), Rue Poncelet Market, Constantin Brancusi Studio, and Pari Roller.
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      A travel blog entry by leahbarrera on Jun 25, 2014

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      As I arrived to Paris I saw many beautiful buildings, restaurants and tourists attractions throughout the city of Paris. The Eiffel Tower was the tallest and most beautiful structure in Paris. As i walked through Paris, I was in awe with all the beautiful surroundings.


      A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 22, 2014

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      ... action, but there was a few times I thought a push bike rider dressed in a suit was going to be on the top of a car. The risks they take to merge into the traffic are risky. We move onto another cafés to have a meal which I would rate as fair and then return to the cafe we had dinner the night before to have another wine. We now declare this our favourite cafe as they speak English, interact with us and enjoy having us there. We return home to wash....how romantic but it has to be ...

      Giverny, Monet's Garden

      A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Oct 18, 2013

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      ... tickets for both Monet's House and Garden (9.50 euro) and for the Musee des Impressionnismes (7.00 euro). We spent a couple hours at Monet's House and Garden. The gardens and pond are beautiful and we could just imagine how even more beautiful it would have been a few weeks ago when more of the flowers would have been in their prime. It was interesting to walk through Monet's house, especially his studio that ...

      Ol' Blue Eyes Is Full Of Shit.

      A travel blog entry by roduperron on Aug 30, 2013

      ... some french city right outside the doors that i can explore. I walk slowly through the streets of what i'm guessing is far from a must-see paris neighborhood, stopping only to explore an unimpressive local market (like a low-budget version of marché maisonneuve), and a branch of the monoprix supermarket that crystal has overhyped right into the ground. Do french people return home with fanciful tales of a wonderful store called "Loblaws", or some weird name like ...

      Lugano, Paris and Asterdam

      A travel blog entry by sasmartin on Jul 16, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... met a girl from Colorado on the train. She has been living, working and studying for her PhD in Switzerland for the past four years. It was great to talk with her about the things she experienced moving to a new country and how different the lifestyles can be. One thing we've all noticed and have a had a little bit of trouble with "managing" is the lack of public toilets. Not the fact that we have to pay for them, that's not the issue at all. It's the lack of ...