Le Moulin de Lily

80, rue Leon Bourgeois, Palaiseau, Île-de-France, 91120, France | Hotel
Prices starting from $85.00

Travel Blogs from Palaiseau

Exploring Paris

A travel blog entry by sa.hurley


... A central landmark of Paris, it is located on the Right Bank of the Seine. We jumped off our bus where we hopped on, had lunch in a little cafe across the road to Notre Dame and joined the queue to visit the Cathedral. While waiting you could see a storm was coming and just as we were going to enter the heavens opened up. We love the audio's to listen to as we walk on our tours. It makes me laugh every time Stuart pokes me with something he thinks is amazing as if I'm ...

Glamorous Paris

A travel blog entry by goodner


... up passengers ahead of us and deduced that we would probably need two taxis to accommodate all of our disproportionately large luggage. Unlike London where all taxis are identical (and fairly large), it would appear that just about any vehicle can be turned into a taxi in Paris. When it was finally our turn, the next available taxi driver assured me that he could accommodate the four of us and all of our suitcases in his station wagon. I was ...


A travel blog entry by caldwell5


Woke at 4am and eventually got up about 5am. Went down for breakfast at 7.15 - simple with croissant, and baguette with apricot jam. Ventured to the metro for a foray into Central Paris. Negotiated that all right, with John making his first attempt at speaking French. For the cost of 1.70euros ...

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones!

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


WARNING - blog contains gruesome details Well, we finally made it into les Catacombes de Paris today. Woo hoo, this is one of the places we have been looking forward to. The Catacombs were once limestone quarries, where much of the pale stone taken from there used to build the buildings of Paris. Prior to 1780, the bodies of Paris' dead were buried in up to 200 cemeteries around the city. As the city and its population grew, it began to overtake the churches and cemeteries ...


A travel blog entry by robynw55


... roof and the gardens were fabulous!! Wandered around doing a bit of shopping (no more budget airlines to worry about luggage weight as I am catching the Eurostar to London!!) and came across the Luxembourg Gardens - absolutely gorgeous. I love the way they have seats that anyone can use (not like Green Park where you are charged for your deck chair) and they have small wooden boats in the lake that children can play with - moving them on with little ...


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    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Moulin de Lily Palaiseau

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding