Hotel Le Prieure

Address: 24, route nationale 17, Rancourt, Lorraine, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 24, route nationale 17, Rancourt, Lorraine.
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Paris 3

A travel blog entry by alhngjh on Oct 06, 2014

October 6

Churches and queuing day !

Notre Dame is quite close so we walked down to have a look via ile de la cite , queued in the wrong one for a few minutes and eventually found the quick moving one to the front entrance and had a look around another , admittedly very big, gothic cathedral .

St Chapelle just around the corner was our next stop , another queue , in fact 2 but I doubt if there are more beautiful and enormous stained glass ...

Day 6 - Aussie ingenuity solves a medical problem.

A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 06, 2014

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... walk for Brian from there back to Mary and our hotel, where we rested up prior to our next excursion. We'd decided that this was to be the night that we did the Bateaux Mouches trip, and thought that we'd aim for the 8pm one, by which time it ought to be dark.
What about the medical problem? When Brian reached the hotel, he found the ever-resourceful Mary was modifying her sandals. The straps had been irritating the sores on her ...

An Australian (or 2) in Paris

A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Jul 22, 2014

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... on the Second World War and how Paris managed to survive that. After the tour we headed to the Musee 'dorsay to see the impressionists exhibition (featuring Monet, Degas) as well as some of VanGough's famous works. Day 4: this was an exciting day as I was enrolled to do a macaroon course at a French Patisserie. So you can imagine how I felt when out of the 8 people in the group, 5 were Australian. But nonetheless I listened intently to our French macaroon expert and ...

Flying solo in Paris

A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog on Jun 16, 2014

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... of hours would give me the idea and I could say I've been to the Louvre. It's a pretty amazing place, paintings and sculptures by Botticelli, Van Gough, Michaelangelo, Da Vinci, Donatello, so many great names, and most of them older than settled Australia. It was particularly interesting to see paintings of Mary and other women from centuries ago posing and openly breastfeeding their babies. Apparently it was more acceptable back then to appear in public feeding your baby than it ...

Paris day three

A travel blog entry by jndmms on Mar 28, 2014

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... 2:30 river cruise. Humor sort of area: What we like most about Paris? Besides the beautiful sights, escalators, the metro train system, any thing that cuts down on walking. What we like least about Paris? Paris is a filthy city. Cigarette butts every where by the thousands, restaurants that allow smoking (they allow dogs too, but at least they are cute). Our nazi direction leader, Carolyn, who asks our opinion and then dismisses ...