Hotel Eurotel

67, boulevard de Clichy, Paris, Île-de-France, 75009, France | Hotel
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Amazing Paris and the Champs-Élysées

A travel blog entry by ngjordan

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... operated the tour in London. The tour gave us a great perspective of this part of the city and moving on to the Place Vendome, with its column erected at 1874 to replace the original which was first erected on the orders of Napoleon in 1806 and torn down in 1871. The next sight on the tour is the Musee du Louvre with its historic buildings first built in the 12th century as a fortress and more recent addition of the glass pyramids which opened in ...

Paris day 2

A travel blog entry by susansantiago

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Paris Day 2 Had a great sleep last night. Ate yogurt, banana and Baby Belle cheese, then up and at 'em. Paris awaits. We went our separate ways and my first stop was the Musee d 'Orsay, a museum known mostly for its collection of impressionist art, but there is a huge permanent collection of art in general, art nouveau furniture, and sculpture. It is housed in a giant former train station, soaring ceilings, Art Deco motifs, a huge gilded clock at one end, sculpture court ...

Concert in the Metro

A travel blog entry by caroline.burke3

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... one I saw last night. There were over 30 people standing, dancing, and singing along to every song. When a song ended, no one moved. My friends and I stood in awe because this seemed so "un-Parisian". Everyone in the crowd was loud, energetic, and requesting songs or dancing in the center of the semi-circle surrounding the musicians.

Watching the people get so into the performance made my night because when I looked around, I noticed how many different ...

Paris

A travel blog entry by ncorkhill

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... we headed first towards the Arc de Triomphe. What a cool monument. To check it out up close we had to walk underneath the street via a tunnel because of the traffic in the roundabout surrounding the monument. From there we continued toward the Eiffel Tower, finding our way only by looking up towards the huge object above the buildings to make sure we were heading the right direction. On the way we walked through a farmers market. It was just as ...

We make Paris

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... s truck parked with barriers blocking two lanes. There were no people working. The traffic took off like cut cats after that. So we returned the car to Hammersmith, jumped on the tube and, with one change, got off at St Pancreas for processing through to the Eurostar. It whizzed us to Paris in two hours. When we looked at a map of Paris we decided we could walk to our abode ... only this far ( ) on the map ... What ...

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