Agate Hotel

Address: 8 cours de Vincennes, Paris, Île-de-France, 75012, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Bastille area of Paris, is near Wine Tasting experience in Paris, Promenade plantee, Marche aux Puces de Montreuil, and Rendez-vous chocolat.
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    Tudors, Rudin, Petite Palace, Arc de Triumph

    A travel blog entry by fionaferrar on May 05, 2015

    38 photos

    ... then really tired, and sitting and waiting for a meal by myself didn't seem to be a fun idea. But, having dinner talking to an interesting lady and even having a cocktail seemed like a lot of fun. Cecile has been extremely helpful with advising how to get to places, and answering my questions. Her place feels like home, and I don't think she is worried about the mess in her bedroom, she must know it will leave when I do! The reason ...

    Bonjour de Paris!

    A travel blog entry by eatsleeptravel on Dec 20, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... plug was broken so I was able to watch the new releases that BA had available, but I brought my Seagate Wireless Plus drive. I have about 200 movies on it. It creates its own wifi, so I'm able to turn it on, place it back in my luggage and then use my iPad or iPhone to watch all the movies I want. I love that thing. I did sleep for about 5 hours out of the 9.5 hours flight. We were provided with plenty of beverages, light snacks (mini pretzels), ...

    Museums big and small, and the last supper

    A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... stretched out before us: flower beds, shaped hedges and bushes, trees on the sides, and innumerable statues, old and new. There was even a tree house of sorts--no access, but perched squarely overhead. We shared a small gelato by a man made lake, after I had to lie at the gelato stand; I asked for the smallest bowl, kid-size, and was told it was only for "les enfants!" I gestured vaguely toward the people by the lake and said, "C'est pour cette enfant," at which point she accepted ...

    Sacre Coeur and Montmartre

    A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 07, 2014

    7 comments, 18 photos

    We're in bed. It's 6.45pm and we're in bed. Last of the party animals, that's us. We have had a HUGE day. Up and on the metro by 8am. Emily had the route all worked out. We arrived at Sacre Coeur at 8.45am via 14,675 steps. ( OK... May be a little out there but not much. ) If you are looking directly at Sacre Coeur, having decided against a frontal assault, we came at it from the right hand side. Very scenic... But it is high on a hill. And there are ...

    Daddy, I want a palace and I want it now.

    A travel blog entry by susan.carrick on Jul 13, 2014

    13 photos

    ... a garden and an industry all of its own. A testament to what unlimited capital, ambition and flamboyance can breed. A public statement of absolute monarchy that must have stuck in the throats of the poor. A good reason to start a revolution.

    There's only one word for Versailles - WOW.

    Any monument that has every statistic in the 10,000 plus (size, staff, army, plantings) should be impressive. Equally impressive - the ceiling murals (how do you ...