Washington Paris Hotel

Address: 43 rue de Washington, 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, Salle Pleyel, Les Thermes du Royal Monceau, and Aviation Club de France.
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      A travel blog entry by kranka61 on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... easier said than done! Managed to buy tickets & work out which platform, but when getting on train with our luggage,which was very crowded, Cindy nearly got stuck in the door as it closed and was left behind!! Got off at our stop & waited..fortunately she was on the next train..all good! Then we had to negotiate Paris streets with our luggage to find our hotel. It is a very ...

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      A travel blog entry by dawid on Nov 09, 2014

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      ... After he finishes the work he tells me I should make a wish before he cuts the overhanging piece of the sawing. Yep and now the important one “It’s for € 10”, what the f*ck, there is no way I would give him this… Strategy is easy: I have almost now money. I’m getting some coins from pocket. The reaction is absurd: “Men, I have no place for coins in my wallet.” What??? He thoughts I’ll give him any more money than I have in my ...

      The Quai Branly and Fair at St. Sulpice

      A travel blog entry by telket on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... a day. There's also a famous restaurant there, Les Ombres, with one of the best views in Paris of the Eiffel Tower. Les Ombres may or may not be a tourist trap. I've never tried it. It was impossible to resist a temporary exhibit, which ends this Sunday, called Tiki Pop about the American 1950's love affair with all things Polynesian. Think of Don the Beachcomber, Mai-Tai's, Marlon Brandon in "Mutiny on the Bounty," and break out your Don ...

      Cut-throat Occurances at the Catacombs

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      ... s the cliff notes version. Lots of people died in Paris. Cemeteries started filling up. The many decomposing bodies were causing milk to go sour, terrible diseases and other annoying and disgusting things. So enough was enough, they threw them all in the tunnels. Along the way some guy with OCD came along and arranged all the bones according to type in weirdly perfect stacks. One section even had some skulls interspersed with ...

      The Eiffel Tower Amazing Race

      A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 09, 2014

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      ... hand. It cost Eiffel 30 million dollars to build as the fair only contributes 18%. Structures are usually torn down after the fair but Eiffel did a deal to keep it up for 20yrs to get his money back by charging people to go up it in elevators. It only took 6 months for him to recover his costs & the rest of the years were profit until he handed it over to the government. Otis was the only lift company that could make an elevator that could change angles on the way up. One of ...