Hotel Odeon Saint-Germain

Address: 13, Rue Saint-Sulpice, 75006, Paris, Île-de-France, 75006, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the St-Germain-des-Pres area of Paris, is near Saint-Sulpice, Les Halles, Boulevard St. Germain, and Gerard Mulot.
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      Sunday in Paris

      A travel blog entry by legachicago on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... decided to stop into this little store run by one gentleman. I bought 2 slices - one cheese and one vegetarian. It really hit the spot as I was hungry. However, I probably should have waited because around the Parthenon there were all these creperies. Oh well I will get them some other time some other place.

      Very quiet but beautiful day. Tomorrow I must check out of my hotel and check into my new hotel. At 3pm the Rick Steves tour begins.


      Our "last" day in Paris

      A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 15, 2014

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      ... Sacre-Coeur, which was only a fifteen minute walk from where we were staying. Our time was limited, or I would have enjoyed seeing the inside of the church, But, we were content with climbing the MANY stairs leading up to the overlook at the top of the hill where Sacre-Coeur rests. There were so many illegal street vendors harassing people who were climbing the stairs. The scheme they use is to tie a "bracelet" which is basically a piece of embroidery floss ...

      Giverny, Vernon and La Roche-Guyon

      A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on May 12, 2014

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      ... to see the difference in the gardens. There were lots of pansies and irises (the flag type), forget-me-nots, anenomes and alliums, and the wisteria was lovely. Not so many roses or camelias this time and the water lillies, though lovely, weren't flowering. We walked over the Japanese bridge and around the water lily lake and spent a lot of time exploring the gardens. Monet's house feels warm and inviting and he has a lot of Japanese ukiyo-e art that ...

      All good things must come to an end.

      A travel blog entry by le3parisians on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... and enjoy. No wonder visitors return. Living in hope I am going to write a list. That night we dined at a French restaurant in Rue Verries. Very warm and fun little place and popular with the locals. My main course was venison which the waiter kept calling "Bambi". Cherie was taken with the bags of bread sticks under a cutting bench - rustic touch The Marais area has quite a large gay population - very evident that night as we strolled ...


      A travel blog entry by bradtravelling on Jul 08, 2013

      ... to get to see it as the masses were in front of it. This painting was bought by the King of France at the time of Leonardo's death and after the revolution it was place in the Louvre museum. After seeing the famous Mona Lisa, we took an audio tour of the museum where we saw other important art pieces, as well as the history of the Louvre itself. After a morning of art we went to do some shopping at Galeries Lafayette, buildings dedicated to men another to women and ...