Hotel des Tuileries

10 rue Saint Hyacinthe, Paris, Île-de-France, 75001, France | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by kittybowlero


... Balls!!!!! The ticket guy said there are no seats left for railpass holders. So I have to pay full price - 150 euro!! Ugh. Was not expecting that. I've never had this happen. Oh well. I should have gotten my ticket a few days ago. I blew it.

Headed back to the apartment and cooked up some dinner. Had pesto pasta, peas and carrots, baguette with goat cheese, raspberries, and a bottle of Boudreaux. It wasn't a proper ...

Why So Tired

A travel blog entry by munchie_09

Dear Diary, 7:15 A.M. Sept. 8, 2012 Today we are going relax until lunch, next we will eat lunch, then we will get dressed and all fixed up (NOT), finally we will leave and go watch a movie, we don’t know which one yet. So after all of this nonsense happened ...

High Speed Train?

A travel blog entry by hannabrowne


Day 13 Woke up to a big lump on my head, packed up and ran to the train station. I was running so late that I had to grab a cab to go 300 meters.... But it was necessary. I barely made it in time. I took the train to Hendaye which at the French border. From there I took the next train out which wasn't full... And it happened to be Paris! I was supposed to get to Paris at 6:30pm, but with my luck nothing worked my way and I ...

Paris, France

A travel blog entry by justin_parker


We arrived in Paris early or Friday morning. We were fortunately seated next to a nice young Parisian bloke named Benji. This was very fortunate as without him we would have been totally lost! He was kind enough to help us find our way and guide us out of the airport and travel with us to his change of train in the city. Needless to say, at first Paris was quite overwhelming. The place is massive and of the people there, very few speak good English. Lucky I had studied up on a few ...

Au revoir

A travel blog entry by gmjoja


... hotel hallways and lobbies are not air conditioned. The Metro is stifling hot and cabs don't turn the AC on. The popular sites are mobbed with lines that could last hours.

In the Metro, when you want to change to the 8 Line, don't follow any sign that says Sortie 8 because you will end up outside and buying another ticket to re-enter and feeling like an idiot because you know Sortie means Exit.

Don't put your last 20 Euro bill in your ...

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