La Regence

Address: 69 ave. Gambetta, Courbevoie, Île-de-France, 92400, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the La Defense/Business District area of Courbevoie, is near La Defense, La Grande Arche de La Defense, Triumphal Way (Voie Triomphale), and Musee en Herbe du Jardin d'Acclimatation.
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      Travel Blogs from Courbevoie

      Allez les Wallabies!

      A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Nov 15, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... to enjoy the game, all very controlled. It would have been the icing on the cake to have a meat pie, but sadly had to settle for a hotdog and ham and cheese baguette, all the good food was outside the stadium. The trains came thick and fast for our trip home, all very orderly. We stoppd at a brasserie on the way home for a red wine and fromage plate, a great way to end a good ...

      Paris by night

      A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Oct 02, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... are having fun telling you of our adventures.
      We started our night with dinner at a sidewalk cafe near the tour departure site. Ashleigh and I went traditional French and had creeps. Mikaela and Scott shared a pizza and said it was the best they had ever tasted. Scott and I also braved the supermarket, the butchers and bakers so now have provisions for breakfast and the next couple of nights


      A quick whip around

      A travel blog entry by constance20 on Aug 25, 2014

      18 photos

      ... life rafts, 147 people were put on a hastily constructed raft. Of those 147, all but 15 died in the 13 days it was adrift. Gericault painted this painting at the moment the emaciated survivors spotted a ship on the horizon. Notice the same pyramid form of the people in each painting. The Steele/ Goldie is painted at the moment the new arrivals spotted land, I.e. New Zealand. Steele and Goldie had both studied in Paris so would have known about Gericault's painting ...

      First day in Paris! Time to see the sights.

      A travel blog entry by tamimarie14 on Jun 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... even though we never made it in there on the trip) to find the bus tour. We did finally end up on the bus but Joaquin was chomping at the bit to start going to the sights and did not enjoy seeing them from the bus. Maybe we skip the bus tour next time. :-) As a side note, a woman came up to us and told us she found a lost ring and we should take it as a souvenir of Paris since we were such a beautiful American ...

      3rd day in Paris

      A travel blog entry by debwin on May 24, 2014

      17 photos

      Took a bus to the Pigalle district...where Moulin Rouge is (red light area) then took a mini train up to the Montemarte area. This is the artists district and also the home of the Basilique du Sacre Coer. It was very cold this morning with a very chilly wind and some showers...def Tassie weather. Purchased a small painting to bring home. Our guide Janice was very knowledgeable. She is English but married a Frenchman and has lived here for 31 years and she is also a ...