Hotel Camilia

Address: 24 Boulevard Pasteur, Paris, Île-de-France, 75015, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Eiffel Tower/Trocadero/Invalides area of Paris, is near Tour Montparnasse, Montparnasse, Musee Bourdelle, and Jardin Atlantique Paris.
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    Finally Arrived

    A travel blog entry by annanddave on Jul 22, 2015

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    ... With only an hour to wait we try to find some seats on the platform and wait rather than go into the terminal; as there is a lot of construction between us and the terminal. The train turns out to be about 10 minutes late. We get on and are on the second floor (yea a two story train). We have seats that are together facing each other with a table between. It has plug ins for our devices and seats that recline. In ...

    Paris - The End

    A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Mar 28, 2015

    ... our French war history, checking out some war relics across time…swords, early guns, and some fantastic uniforms, fully equipped with moustache mannikins and all (we're talking enormous moustaches). Not to mention the typical French army hat's, worn in all manners (forward, sideways, slight rotation, backwards….trend setters I guess) The weather outside wasn't frightful, so we carried on walking through the 7th. Along the road from the Invalides, to ...

    The phone call

    A travel blog entry by bal0011 on Mar 19, 2015

    I woke up still thinking about what happened that previous day and the promise I made myself. I picked up the phone and the note and dialled the number it started to ringing, he answers "bonjour", "hello" I said not realising he probably didn't understand English very well, but not to my knowledge he spoke English just like it was his first language. After a short and awkward conversation he asked me if ...

    A Day in Paris

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 22, 2014

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    ... we saw a sign saying that the garden we wanted to visit was back in the other direction. We turned around and made our way back in the other direction. We quickly spotted our destination and made our way inside. We only wanted to see the garden and not the manor so we walked up to the desk and asked for two tickets. After showing our ID’s we received yet another discount and made our way into the garden. We bee lined directly for the statue we had come all this way ...

    Midnight in Paris

    A travel blog entry by megangruber on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... each other. Yes, some people had the snotty stereotype, but most were kind and wanted to help.

    Upon entering back into England, I could read signs again and understand what people were saying. It still took awhile to not think about how I was going to communicate to people using the four words I knew.

    Monday came and back to class we went. Tuesday was a trip to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre to see Julius Caesar. Wednesday was ...