Hotel de la cite Rougemont

4, cite Rougemont, Paris, Île-de-France, 75009, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Pigalle area of Paris, is near Montmartre, Grevin Wax Museum (Musee Grevin), Le Grand Rex, and Grands Boulevards.
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    Whirlwind in Paris!

    A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Aug 27, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... interesting section of the building we toured was the area uncovered in the 1980s that used to be the moat for the palace that became the museum. They also found the very deep well that had been filled in, the wine storage areas, and the base of several towers that stood guard around the moat.

    The size of the museum can be overwhelming, so after four hours we left and went to lunch in a little side street cafe for a break. ...

    Paris and all its beauty!

    A travel blog entry by matt_lutz on Jul 14, 2014

    157 photos

    ... since you can change the language to English. He walked us through the machine in French and gave us tickets, which happened to be kids tickets but we didn’t realize. He slid the tickets that cost 2euro each out of his pocket and gave them to us while we were figuring out if it was what we needed. After we paid him and walked away he was able to cancel the transaction he was showing us on the screen. Apparently this is a regular occurrence at this station because ...

    Le Bal Illustre

    A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jun 22, 2014

    20 photos

    ... music and costumes. It was really entertaining. The costumes were elegant and beautiful. Cory even recognized the historic era when he told me it looks like Downton Abbey come to life!! The recreated the dances of a hundred years ago with waltzes, polkas, Scottish dances, and cotillion game dances. Just as beautiful was the setting in the pavilion under the canopy of huge trees. ...

    Lifestyles of the Rich and (dead) Famous

    A travel blog entry by misspollock on Jan 10, 2014

    40 photos

    ... t expecting was that I was so cold that even all the statues needed jackets! Once I thought about it I could see the reason. There are many marble statues around the gardens that simply wouldn't cope, year after year in the winter weather, so they wrap them up under canvases and you can't see anything. This wasn't the only disappointment. Most of the little "grove" gardens were closed too, so there was a lot I was missing. Oh well. What with this and the Eiffel Tower issue, I guess ...

    More churches, bodies and buildings

    A travel blog entry by naomiheagney on Sep 29, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... the concern of many in our group, not used to pushing ahead of others. We returned to our hotel and farewelled out wonderful bus driver David, who had to start driving back to Spain. Our farewell dinner was not too extravagant as we had one final thing to complete the pilgrimage... The Eiffel Tower. Though not of religious significance one can't come to Paris without a visit. It's turned out to ...