Hotel Rubens

Address: 35, Rue du Banquier, Paris, Île-de-France, 75013, France | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Chinatown area of Paris, is near Rue Mouffetard Market, Mosquee de Paris, Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins, and 13th Arrondissement.
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Travel Blogs from Paris

Paris - Day 1

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 06, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... the touristy stuff. As I knew I was going to be tired today I didn't plan much. Which is pretty much what I did. I took a leisurely stroll down the Seine river. Stopped for an overpriced bite of lunch, then made my way to the Eiffel Tower. I decided that as I didn't want to do anything to strenuous, I wouldn't mind standing in line to go up it this time. I was only in line for an hour, maybe less. Heres a tip: rain keeps the tourists at bay. It ...

Two pilgrimages and Paris

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

4 photos

... be a game of cricket on somewhere around here, it is summer in England, after all! Sure enough, the small village of Fulking was hosting a one-day match between the Sussex and Kent county 2nd XI's! So off I went, on foot, in search of Fulking...on foot, evidently, a little ambitious! Some two hours later I reached Devils Dyke atop the South Downs of Sussex, the Spen Cama Memorial Cricket Ground in sight, but not just close, all the same. Scrambling my ...

Paris. Last day

A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 25, 2014

3 comments, 3 photos

... along the Seine, across the lover's bridge. This us a pedestrian bridge with a chain link type fence on the sides. Only you can't possibly see the links because every one has a padlock attached. The locks have people's names written on them. Locks, locks, locks of every type and size and colour. They say the bridge might collapse with the weight It is an art installation created by thousands of people. I did not add a lock. Then we found ...

Best Day Ever ~ Taking A Cooking Class In Paris!

A travel blog entry by liebling on Jan 25, 2014

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... arrived & we headed off to shop at the market.

Couldn't believe it, the market was where I had shopped the day before! Chef Patrick first pointed out the shop that sold everything made from horse ~ no thanks, I'll pass. Next stop was the meat market & I learned so much here, even though some sights made me queasy! Next we went around the corner to the fish monger, this is where I had purchased my ...

Bonjour Paris!!

A travel blog entry by lisie.lo on Dec 01, 2013

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... and I had the option to do either a Latin Cabaret or an evening cruise...
The cruise was awesome, I just got to remember to rug up better next time! Yes guys, if you ever decide to visit Europe in winter, layer up! Gloves too!

Paris is so different, so much to see and it was just amazing! I can honestly say I loved it an it definitely intrigued me enough to want to go back and visit!!

Leaving for the Swiss Alps tomorrow, so excited to see some snow for the first time!
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