Euro Sovereign St Denis Hotel Paris

Address: 100 Rue Gabriel Peri, St-Denis, Île-de-France, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 100 Rue Gabriel Peri, St-Denis, is near Basilique de St-Denis, Les Bains du Marais, Agnes B, and Nathalie Henry Brocante.
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Travel Blogs from St-Denis

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A travel blog entry by stephtoole on Oct 15, 2014

... Forrestal for dinner, and a winemaker from McLaren vale they had invited. Peter and tried to get s booking at Spring but they hadn't confirmed by 2pm so I booked a table at The Albion. A fifteen minute walk for us so easy! Food was great as always although peter disappointed as spring had rung at 5 to say a table was available, well too late!!! I was happy as I really didn't feel like another degustation meal. So I had a buffalo ...

Paris to Munich .... By train.

A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 14, 2014

5 comments, 6 photos

Well, here I am on the top floor of a double decker train. Coach One. Seat 91.... Single seat by the window. ( Lovely, Amanda... And they checked my tickets!) Up at 6.20 am, after hitting 'snooze' twice. Ran out of toilet paper. Quick trip down to the front desk. All sorted. ( Emily and I spotted an unattended maid's trolley outside our room a few days in. We grabbed... Well, I grabbed. Emily held the room door open for a fast getaway. I grabbed extra ...


A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 30, 2014

8 photos

... and chandeliers all create a very ethereal feeling as you walk down the corridor. Off of the Hall is the king's bedroom and state room and further along you see the queen's bedchambers. Everything was opulent and the paintings on the ceilings were most impressive. We then went outside to view the massive gardens. The manicured shrubs and magnificent view just added to the impressive grounds. Many of the fountains were ...

Two pilgrimages and Paris

A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Jun 30, 2014

4 photos

... a somewhat facetious reference to the throngs of flea-ridden hippies 'tripping' their way around developing countries in an attempt to achieve some sort of nirvana, but that's not to say that travel has not contributed to knowing thyself. For example, spending the best part of my first day in Paris at Musee d' Orsay and Musee du Louvre, or more precisely, in the queues to get into Musee d' Orsay and Musee du Louvre, confirmed my long-held suspicion that ...


A travel blog entry by stephtoole on May 23, 2014

2 photos

... green olives, oil and almond bickies before stopping in a delightful little square for a coffee for Suzanne and a beer for me! Was about that time to sit and watch the world go by. Our restaurant booking at Bones wasn't until 10pm so we had a chat before we got ready to go out. Bones is over in the 11th and we had arranged to meet Ron there. It was heaving when we got their, a very young cool crowd so we fitted right in!! As well as ...