Le Pera

Address: 17 Rue de Caumartin, Paris, Île-de-France, 75009, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Pigalle area of Paris, is near L'Open Bus Tour, Pinacotheque de Paris, Fragonard Scribe Museum, and L'Olympia.
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    Travel Blogs from Paris

    Big Day Out in Paris, France

    A travel blog entry by pdormer on Jul 02, 2015

    9 photos

    ... queue for it wound its way around half of the level. We decided it would take too long to wait, go up and back before our coach left which was disappointing. However, the views from the second level were incredible and we took lots of photos in all directions. The tower is situated next to the River Seine which flows from east to west with a bend just before it passes the tower. Everything seemed to sparkle in the bright ...

    Last day in Prague and it was on to Paris

    A travel blog entry by charlotteandzac on Feb 22, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... this one. Basically Mucha went to the Czech government and offered to produce this collections of paintings to tell the story of the Slavic people. They unanimously voted to commission him to do the work. This must have been a pretty hefty commission because he spent the first 6 years living in a castle with his family while he worked the the pieces. By contract these must stay on display in ...

    Oui Oui........ my weekend in Pariiiiiiiii :):)

    A travel blog entry by rosannadotro on Dec 08, 2014

    18 photos

    ... the detail and the archetecture of the church was breathtaking.. we walked down the streets to get to the arch of triumph.. it was a neverending street of christmas market that kind of smelled like wet dog. i dont do well in smelly or crowded places so i a lined it down to the arch as fast as possible. we went underground to actually reach it since its on a roundabout in the middle of a busy intersection where the soldiers were all buried. we then went to commerce ...

    Paris is an unparalleled city

    A travel blog entry by jielipan on Sep 13, 2014

    15 photos

    ... by Napoleon in 1806 to commemorate the victory over the Russian and Austrian armies in 1805. After the overthrow of Napoleon, the building of Arc de Triomphe came to a cease. After the Bourbon dynasty was overthrown its construction resumed and it was finally completed in 1836. Paris’ 12 major avenues are symmetrically arranged with Arc de Triomphe as the center, radiating to the surrounding areas, with a magnificent sense of power and grandeur. The design has become a model for ...

    Paris - Day 3 - Tribute to the Artists

    A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 20, 2014

    17 photos

    ... in the sunshine. We could see the little Tuileries fair behind us with Ferris Wheel and other rides and could people watch as we had the gardens stretching in all directions. Why are big city parks so wonderful?

    The day was winding down, but we decided to make one last stop in honor of Lindsay’s literature. We briskly walked to the metro and got off at Bastille. An enormous monument marks the spot of the Bastille which was stormed in 1789 ...