Terminus Orleans

197 Boulevard Brune, Paris, Île-de-France, 75014, France | Hotel
Prices starting from $91.00
 

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Weurdzie Rappeinguehoude.

A travel blog entry by roduperron

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... sleepy to me, the city coming down on the Sunday morning sidewalks; cue the Kris Kristofferson song in my head. We are particularly spoiled with our farmers' markets back in Montreal, but whether it's the parisian setting or the rumbly in my tumbly, this market seems particularly appealing. Mountains of fresh vegetables, fruit, meat, cheese, and fish are laid out impressively at stall after stall, but what i notice first and formost is the delicious variety of smells that are so ...

Day 19 – Ver-Sigh! and Bastille Day Firework

A travel blog entry by meckley

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... was our last day in Paris!

Kim wanted a bite and went into a bakery. She gave the girl behind the counter a 10 euro note. She got change back for a 5. I told the girl that we gave her a 10. She reluctantly gave us the 5 euro bill and we were out of there.

We went back to the B&B to take a nap. The fireworks would not start until 11:00.

We got to the Champs de Mars, where they recommended we stand to see the ...

Last Day In Paris!

A travel blog entry by jonathan_erika

2
11

... the show with lots of lights and fireworks filling the stage. People young and old were rocking out! When the rocking was over, we went back to the hotel, walking by and taking in the night view of the Eiffel Tower one last time. We went to sleep right away because we had to ride the metro to Charles de Gaulle airport the next morning to catch our flight back home!! Stay tuned!

Love & miss you all!

Erika & Jonathan
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Gay Paree

A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013

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The fast train from Frankfurt was eventful, with some German fella trying to hold a conversation but the language barrier was too great even for Google Translate, which caused much angst to this rather weird young man. We found that he could swear in English though. Thankfully he got off the train to be replaced by a Russian mum and her 5yo daughter, who we shared our tablet with to play games. This was a good laugh, gorgeous girl with whom we ...

Hayley & Pantheon

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

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... rain.

The Pantheon is an old building originally built by King Louis as a Church, after he prayed for protection to Saint Geneviève after he became sick, and then miraculously recovered. Throughout time, the Pantheon has changed from being used as a church to secular purposes, and now it is used as a tourist destination.

It really is beautiful, with the highest ceilings that I have ever seen. With huge windows, the place is very ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Montparnasse area of Paris, is near The Catacombs (Les Catacombes), Marche aux Puces de la Porte de Vanves, Parc Montsouris, and Rue d'Alesia.
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