La Maison Favart
Travel Blogs from Paris
Les Invalides: Napoleon's Tomb and Army Museum
Deutsch, Tow and I decided to check out Napoleon's Tomb, this time when it was actually open, and also the Army Museum recommended by Tow's parents. As a history buff, particularly war history, this was a must-see for me. Napoleon's Tomb is the centrepiece of a large gold-domed …
Chateau de Versailles
While Deutsch and Tow slept off their late night, Mich and I visited, albeit at different times, King Louis IV's palace at Versailles. The palace itself was as nice as Windsor Castle, but the gardens were something I've never seen before.
The rooms were quite impressive but I became …
We started the morning (or what was left of it after sleeping in) doing our washing, but that ended up taking far longer than expected, and we were out of the laundromat at 1:30pm. For the first time I can remember, I went out without my jacket, which I am pretty sure had my camera in 1 of the pockets. When we …
Paris Walking Tour Our tour guide for this was a crazy Swiss drama student called Linda. Drama students annoy me because they tend to overdramatise things, especially on tours where they think they´re funny acting out the events in their stories. This one had a very high opinion of her own sense of humour, as did exactly one other person on the …
Brussels, the "Capital of Europe". Maybe the European Union felt sorry for Belgians that they needed to created a reason for people to visit Brussels, because there´s very little to do here. On our way to Paris, we had to change trains at Brussels, and decided to spent 2 hours or so here while we were already in the …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center