Hotel Du Centre

Address: 112, rue Charenton, Paris, Île-de-France, 75012, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bastille area of Paris, is near Parc Zoologique de Paris, Wine Tasting experience in Paris, Bercy Village, and Bois de Vincennes.
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Travel Blogs from Paris

Siesta in the Tuileries

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 11, 2015

3 comments, 10 photos

... wearing black calf-skin gloves, who carefully collected the fees before escorting patrons to the appropriate watering hole.

At this point, with my energy level dwindling rapidly, we decided to head back to the apartment via the metro, instead of the bus. There is a metro station underneath the Louvre, so we boarded a train to the Franklin D. Roosevelt stop, transferring trains to reach rue de la Pompe not far from our apartment, around 5 o'clock.

Landmarks, berets and the Eiffel Tower

A travel blog entry by catwatson on Nov 25, 2014

27 photos

... for macarons and some chocolate and pair spread for our crossiants. We found a street vendor where we became even more touristy and bough berets and Eiffel Tower key rings. Down past Trocadero to the Eiffel Tower. Wow what an amazing structure!!! Lots of photos (of course) then off to the top of the tower!!! Wow, the views were stunning! Lots more photos both at the top and on the way down. On the top you can have a glass of champagne ...

Day 9. Thursday, October 23. Return to Paris.

A travel blog entry by eldnik202 on Oct 23, 2014

42 photos

... rue Montorgueil I was looking for something to eat, didn’t want to sit in a café, so walked into an Italian deli place, it has many appetizing sandwiches to take and there were some tables to sit down. I tried to order my sandwich in French but the girl was like: “can you speak English better than French, perhaps?” So this ended my attempt to practice French in a busy deli place…

The sandwich was delicious and enormous, she cut it in half for me, and ...

Bonjour Paris!

A travel blog entry by jlmcclure on Oct 16, 2014

... like a giant round-about with no traffic signals and no lines on the road. I think you must get amongst it with two things in mind; 1. Get to where you are going; and 2. don't crash into another vehicle!!! Halfway around it we started laughing and so did our young French taxi driver lady. We then congratulated her once we made it out alive and unscathed, she laughed and thanked us back :). We arrived at the Sofitel about 9:30am, nice hotel, small rooms, but I think big for Paris ...

A picnic on the lake

A travel blog entry by mitchandsam on Sep 07, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... 8216;dock’. I found the rowing quite pleasant, though the oars are a little ******* your hands. I noticed a couple of people, I assumed to be locals, with gloves on – they have done this before.

The park is huge, and we only got to see an extremely small part of it. It will definitely be a destination on our next visit in order explore more of it, via foot and bike (which are also for hire).

Then we headed off to find Musee ...