Hotel Marignan Paris

12 Rue de Marignan, 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 Avenue des Champs-Elysees, Convention and Visitors Bureau, Sephora, and Avenue Montaigne.
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    Art and Science can mix

    A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... of the oldest churches in Paris. ...

    Birthday in Paris <3

    A travel blog entry by migs-nz on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... be about a 45 minute wait for the lift to the top… hmmm… I don’t like waiting! So … luckily we could say “been there, done that” and decided it wasn’t worth the wait despite it being a clearer day than last time we were there – and we could always come back at night it we wanted. So… My birthday, my wishes - - I could remember a crepe stand from ...

    The commute: The Metro

    A travel blog entry by dinesh.gomes on May 16, 2014

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    ... their equipment or the acoustics of the train causes their singing to have a funny echo. From their appearance, it seems like most of the musicians and singers are of Spanish or Roma origin.

    Now of all the entertainers on the train, we had one performer who is in a class of his own. The muppeteer. While traveling on the train with Carissa's family last week we saw this one guy that came in and puts on a comedy muppet show set to music. Its was ...

    Amour à Paris

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 28, 2014

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    ... if not his methods.

    The city has had this sort of tumultuous history stretching back over the last thousand years. It’s seen good kings and bad kings, revolts and revolutions, poverty and wealth, romance and war. My favourite peculiarity in its ongoing saga was not death, famine or beheadings though. It was the decree made by the good king Henry IV, who in the late sixteenth century ordered all families to eat a roast chicken for dinner on Sundays. If ...

    Art Overload!

    A travel blog entry by misspollock on Jan 05, 2014

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    ... pushy, like the rest of them) and made my way to the front and center to see it. It's interesting to see the painting in real life when you have seen it so often in photographs. My photos of it are terrible, due to the glass.

    I also got to see the Venus de Milo. It was weird, as there are so many other statues in the same area which seem either bigger or prettier. Then you read the plaques (thank god I read French!) and you understand that most of ...