Hotel Montparnasse-Alesia

147 ter, rue d'Alesia, Paris, Île-de-France, 75014, France | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $93.00

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A travel blog entry by carole.hunter


... travellers followed like sheep till we got to the Palace, possibly about 500mts. Then the fun began for the next 1hr 20mins we lined up in a queue that snaked its way towards the entrance. Each part of the line was easily 150mts long, and there were 6 lengths in all, so I would say it was 1km at least by the time it reached the entrance. While working our way along the line we heard a number of police sirens, next thing these dark chaps were running for their lives. ...

Notre Dame, Pompidou C. and the Modern Art Museum

A travel blog entry by gkarlovsky


... croissant later in the meal. I tasted a few cured meats and had their scrambled eggs which seemed kind of runny. Steve thought maybe they had cream in them.

Unfortunately, I don't think that rich and full breakfast agreed with me. And we had to re-plan the day a bit...

But only a little bit. We decided to go to Notre Dame and the Pompidou Centre. For whatever reason, I had it in my head that ...

Rain rain go away

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl

... back. There was a kid who got on at the same stop as us. His pants were completely under his but. I really wanted to tell him how to wear pants. He also didn't have a ticket or anything when he got on the bus, which is naughty. Who knows though. He was an interesting looking kid, very into fashion or something. Mom and I went to a Quick for lunch, which is kind of like a higher quality McDonalds I guess. It was interesting and quite ...

Bonjour Paris!

A travel blog entry by maddietomey


... we grabbed a map and headed for the nearest metro station. Of course we got lost at least 3 times but we finally made our way to the middle of Paris to visit the Notre Dame and the famous Love Lock Bridge. This was one of my favorite parts of our stop in Paris. It felt amazing and super mature of us to navigate our own way around. This was one of the only times that such a small group had the freedom to explore the amazing city that is Paris, which I will always ...

Parisian Adventures: 7/16-7/21

A travel blog entry by opollak


... touristy, was really fun because we got to see Paris at night from a boat. The city really comes alive at night, and the city was almost as bright as it is during the day -- no wonder Paris is called the "City of Light."

On Friday, Emma, Kathy, Deena, Cristabelle, and I went to the Montmartre neighborhood in northern Paris. The neighborhood is famous for the Basilique Sacre-Coeur. Sacre-Coeur has five domes and looks ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Montparnasse area of Paris, is near Marche aux Puces de la Porte de Vanves, Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Rue d'Alesia, and L'Entrepot.
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