Kyriad Linas Monthlery
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Kyriad Linas Monthlery
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Kyriad Linas Monthlery
Travel Blogs from Linas
... different to the churches of England, this church was extremely catholic and gorgeous. Created over several important eras in France (Initially a king commissioned it, then it was abandoned during the French Revolution, planned to become a war commemoration sight under napoleon and then changed back to a church after the Russian war and later finished off by a different king) this building looked so fantastic. Inside were several ...
Woke to a fine, sunny, warm day for a change. The plan for today is to walk through Le Marais, down past Notre Dame, and have a tour on the big red bus. This is an open topped hop on hop off bus that tours the main tourist attractions of Paris. Le Marais is a very old part of Paris, with a Jewish quarter and narrow streets filled with small shops. None of the streets are straight, and it is quite difficult to follow maps! We crossed onto the island where Notre Dame sits. It is a ...
... to find some local fare for dinner. We found a small charming wine and seafood restaurant, who let us in even though they were almost closed, and helped us with our broken french to order an amazing meal. After dinner, on our way home, we found a fun popular bar, and had one last drink before heading home to crash after our long ...
Really enjoyed this part of Paris, nice shops which we enjoyed buying things from. Massive market and great restaurants. Bought a lovely jacket and a trench coat from this side of Paris, plus a skirt that I ironed a m*********** in boohoo. Found some cool things for the girls in this retro shop. Gare De Lyon is the station we are leaving from tomorrow Italy ...
... Once at the station, the Chateaux is a short 5-10 minute walk and the approach is stunning with a wide tree-boulevard channelltrain..ou to her doors, pass a bronze equestrian statue of King Louis XIV.
We had prebooked our tickets in advance so we proceeded straight to the entrance. The security at Versailles is.. to put it likely, lax. Entering the Chateaux, no one bothered to check the validity of my tickets. I tried to flash them ...