Hotel Des Haras

Route d''Auffargis- D24 , Cernay-la-Ville, Île-de-France, 78720, France | Hotel

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"Gay Paris" pt 2

A travel blog entry by bobherbert


... tickets and climbed the two levels. The view was epic! We then decided to try and find the Louvre after having seen it from the bus yesterday so we set off by foot. On the way we found a fantastic street (Rue Cler) and found a sweet little cafe / bar -I had a very nice omelet of ham and cheese and we both had what seemed like the best croissant in the world and a great cup of coffee. The street was lined with outdoor fruit vendors, patisserie, fish monger, cobblers everything, ...

Off to Paris

A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer

... line. Our driver takes us promptly to our accommodation and we are greeted by lovely staff 'bonjour'. He takes his time to explain the hotel facilities and the honesty bar.......yes that is right a honesty bar in the foyer. We might give this a whirl this week and see how honest we can be. Once we freshen up we head out onto the streets to go and explore, it now around 4.30 however this city is like London and doesn't shut down at 7pm ...

Paris: Louvre and Notre Dame

A travel blog entry by kvstark


... I have two other quick comments about life in Europe.

1. Spanish people are extremely public about displays of affection. I sort of noticed it when I first got there and then just started ignoring it and so it was sort of a shock when I came to France and there really wasn't nearly as much of it. In Spain it's very common to go to a park and a third of the people there will be making out or sitting on each others laps. Here in France they are a little ...

Paris — Day 4

A travel blog entry by robertsinton


... the edges. Then it's on to Place du Tetre, the dictionary definition of a tourist trap, and down to Rue des Abbesses. By a combination of luck and design we end up at Relais Gascon, one of the must-eat-at entries in our Paris list, for a very early and very large dinner. Then it's home for a quick power nap before heading out to the Comédie-Francaise for that well-known French play … "Hamlet". Although, of course, the play is delivered ...

Baguettes & Berets

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen


... tour group. We learned about the city and helpful tips along with other Americans. It was nice to have someone who knew what they were doing leading us around for a change :) We went to Notre Dame, the Love-lock bridge, incredible statues, the Louvre, jardin de toulleries, and much more! I wish I could go into detail on the tour but I'll have to another time! It was excellent. We then grabbed a sandwich on baguette and sat on the lawn by the Louvre to have a mini picnic. ...


This hotel, located on Route d''Auffargis- D24 , Cernay-la-Ville, is near Abbaye des Vaulx de Cernay.
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