Hotel des Andelys

18 Rue des Trois Bornes, Paris, Île-de-France, France | Hotel
Prices starting from $84.00

Travel Blogs from Paris

Day 1 - Paris

A travel blog entry by emilie.gauthier


... We went to see the Louvre, took pictures of the outside and the inside pyramid, and walked around the gorgeous grounds. We then walked down the Jardins des Tuileries all the way to Place Concorde to see the Obelisk from Egypt. We walked up the Champs Élysées, had a bite to eat, saw the Arc de Triomphe which is absolutely huge and breathtaking. The carvings in the rocks are so detailed ...

Arriving in Paris

A travel blog entry by galin1961


... the metro to Gallarie Lafayette then walked back. It is sooooo cold, I kept popping into shops to warm up. I bought a scarf at Lafayette and wooden toast grabbers from a kitchen store. Had lunch in a cafe, salad with goats cheese. Going out now to keep walking and trying to stay ...

Macarons and Shopping

A travel blog entry by kdraper


... We had a Swedish tour guide who took us around all weekend and was great but would find someone in the group and speak very intensely to just them leaving long pauses for that person to respond. If you didn't respond to the level of enthusiasm he was looking for he would just wait. The opera house was gorgeous with beautiful marble staircases and balconies where you could just picture the elegantly dressed audience mingling before the performance. The stage ...

Paris's back streets

A travel blog entry by laceys.log


... famous shop near there, and yes it was delicious. After leaving them we had our dinner at a place nearby, one we’d seen on Servane’s tour which used to be one of the shops involved in the pate horror. Such a cute old place dating back centuries, old beams, wonky walls, a life-size wooden statue of a priest in the little bar. I had been feeling a little off colour all day so only had soup but Pete had a proper meal and the atmosphere alone was great. ...

A Moveable Feast

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97


... Pierre’s box I walked back to Sacre Coeur. This beautiful church was begun in 1873 but not completed and consecrated until 1919. The architect, Paul Abadie, drew inspiration from both the Romanesque and Byzantine architectural styles which lead many contemporary critics to label the structure gaudy and over embellished.

It’s worth coming just to admire the view which is truly panoramic, but the building itself – both exterior and interior ...


This hotel, located in the Popincourt area of Paris, is near O'Chateau, Promenades Gourmandes, Le Bataclan, and Les Drapeaux de France.
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