Patio Brancion

Rue Edgar Quinet 35, Paris, Île-de-France, France | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paris

Au revoir Paris, le temps d'aller. C'est la vie! x

A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog on Jul 02, 2014

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... bad luck Karen was injured, but gives her incentive to get back there. Hopefully now we're back home they can work out what's happening so she can get better. Although I missed a few things that we had planned I was able to replace those adventures with others so didn't really miss out on too much. I just had different experiences and learned that I can confidently travel alone. I met some great people and visited some amazing places. Everywhere we went we had different ...

City of Love (and train strikes apparently)

A travel blog entry by diana.peller on Jun 14, 2014

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... be on the bus by 7, which was so early that I ended up sleeping the entire bus ride (which was about 3 hours).
When we got to Paris the first thing we did was go to the Musee D'Orsay. Even though I usually hate guided tours because of the countless long tours we had in Italy, this tour guide was actually interesting and went through things relatively fast. I do enjoy seeing famous artwork and I do find it quite fascinating, but I get ...

Creepy Skulls and Crazy Crowds

A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 02, 2014

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... sombre trip through the underground tunnels lined with skulls and bones, 2 meters high and several meters deep in parts. They were arranged in neat rows and configurations. At times the ceilings dripped with water and the limestone floors were quite slippery. Throughout the 1.5 km walk, there were marble plaques engraved with philosophical, religious and poetic phrases that provoke reflection (I'll admit to using Mademoiselle Google ...

24th to 26th November - Paris

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Nov 24, 2013

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... tiny village, at the top of the hill, cobbled streets, Christmas decorations, restaurants, little gift shops. We couldn’t believe we we're in Paris wandering these gorgeous streets at night with my cousin. We walked to a spot where we could see the Eiffel tower, a stunning sight and then around to a church, The Sacred Heart Basilica. We enjoyed walking through, there were beautiful mosaic and it was a very peaceful place to be. We caught the funicular down to head towards the metro ...


A travel blog entry by joelplotnek on Oct 10, 2013

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... After a few circuits of the platform I decided they must be upstairs. If they can do it so can I! Back up the stairs I marched, devising a strategy for hanging on against the howling gale. I circumvented around the platform, very slowly, weaving in and out of people taking photos of other people standing up against the wire meshed fence along the platform peripheral. I discovered a bar selling drinks. What the ...? And then a toilet. Note to self: I might need that soon. Further on ...