Hotel Stendhal Place Vendome Paris - Mgallery Collection

Address: 22 rue Danielle Casanova, Paris, Île-de-France, 75002, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Louvre/Opera area of Paris, is near Place Vendome, Harry's New York Bar, Rue de la Paix, and Ritz Hotel and Bar.
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    Travel Blogs from Paris

    Touring the louvre

    A travel blog entry by lashez on Jul 24, 2015

    3 photos

    ... was around 30 minute walk away so we set off at 630 and made good time. We stayed at the hostel to eat because the weather wasn't great, we had planned to buy some food and eat by the canal. Was a great night anyway, we last saw them in Cinque Terre and they have been all over including London and Normandy as well as San Sebastian and now Paris. We left around 10pm and headed home. When we got in we wrote some blog and quickly went to sleep. No rush to get up in the morning which is ...

    Gerard's GAP Year

    A travel blog entry by meaden on Dec 06, 2014

    5 photos

    ... This did come in handy, as every time we got stuck in the crowds of French people, we'd look for the glowing red light on the top of Gerard's selfie stick, and be guided back together. It was especially helpful in the catacombs, where the absence of light was broken by Gerard's Terminator like red eye glowing in the distance. Very comforting. The catacombs was our first stop - we agreed to all meet up at 10am out the front of the entrance. Yesterday was a rare treat for ...


    A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Oct 05, 2014

    28 photos

    ... with red, white and blue near its flickering flame. It burns in the darkness to recall the sacrifice of an unknown French soldier who gave his life during World War I. The idea for an unknown soldier to be honored in death in France was first initiated in 1916 while World War I was still being fought and the outcome in certain doubt. On November 12, 1919, a year and a day after the end of World War I, the concept was given formal recognition and it was determined that ...

    Vern & Sue's Big Adventure

    A travel blog entry by mamar.sue on Sep 18, 2014

    5 photos

    ... picking up 4 others (from Queensland ) we headed of for our tour of the Somme. It was an amazing experience especially after watching the Anzac Girls, we were very near the area they would have been in at the end of the war, the way it looks now & the devastation then & the loss of lives is beyond comprehension. Julie our host asked if we knew how many Commonwealth Australian War Cemeteries there are, we were astounded to be told that there are 1,000. The day ...


    A travel blog entry by plowman4 on Jul 22, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... is a grand palace and incredibly impressive but with that many people there it felt crowded so it was the farm and garden areas that we enjoyed the most. After being in cities for the past ten days it was nice to have the quiet and calmness that the farm provided plus the animals were really cute to see! This is our last night in Paris and we plan on just ...