Hotel Santana

Address: 109 rue Legendre, Paris, Île-de-France, 75017, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Parc Monceau area of Paris, is near Montmartre Cemetery (Cimetiere Montmartre), Palais de Chaillot, Theatre Hebertot/Petit Hebertot, and Le Cinema des Cineastes.
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    Sunny Paris, Smoky air

    A travel blog entry by mrduby on Apr 08, 2015

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    ... in French. The student counter could not understand my English and there's an Asian lady beside to help translate! Later a local professor told me that he's worried about his students' English level, not good enough. He's teaching in English department!

    What surprises me most was that a few French local presenters simply read aloud their written sentences as they sit on the stage. The tone is so boring, and since ...

    Adam's Surprise 30th Birthday Trip <3

    A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Mar 15, 2015

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    ... when we left. We had been looking for a cafe the guide book said did the best hot chocolate, but it turned out to be closed. Ads could vaguely remember Notre Dame from his rushed Paris visit with his family but was still taken aback by the beauty of the building, inside and out. After looking around inside, where Ads contemplated getting a small statue/model for Claire's grave, we had a poor attempt at a selfie outside, and headed towards St Michel, the Latin Quarter. Thus named ...

    Passport to Paris

    A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Feb 08, 2015

    52 photos

    ... observation was how dirty the city is. Maybe its because I am not used to the extra clean streets of Dublin, but Paris was gross. There was trash everywhere and in general the city seemed runned down. The actual monuments and experiences were amazing and I am so lucky to experience them, but although watching Mary-Kate and Ashley's Passport to Paris prepared us for the culture that we were about to immerse ourselves in before we went, it definitely did ...

    Paris: Jour 2 - A little more confident

    A travel blog entry by eatsleeptravel on Dec 21, 2014

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    ... not see everything. The Eiffel Tower is illuminated but at the top each hour starting at Dusk, the tower lights turn off and 100's of lights begin to sparkle for about 5 minutes. It's amazing to watch. I have to pinch myself. I find a cafe by the exit. I'm hungry and thirsty so I buy a bottle of Rosé and a sandwich. I feel better now. Hehe Refueled and ready to continue my day, I make my way out the Louvre. I notice people walking towards a Ferris wheel. So, ...

    Exploring Paris

    A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 12, 2014

    ... to get lunch at the burger place pointed out to us by the apartments owner. A simple hamburger with fries cost a colossal €14 so Issy and I halved one and we all agreed to get something more to eat from the bakery and fromagerie afterwards. After we bought our supplies from the cute shops up the road from our apartment we got on the train (which had a very long swirling staircase) to the Eiffel tower. Walking underneath the tower really made us appreciate it's sheer size, ...