Logis le Flamboyant

98, rue de Paris, Lieusaint, Seine-et-Marne, Ile-de-France, 77127, France | Hotel
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Day 11 - Paris

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon

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... interesting enough of a reason to walk the street. And the end of the Champs-Élysées is the Arc de Triomph. Built by Napoleon as a tribute to the victories of his armies, it is a really impressive monument on the east side of Paris. Because the Arc is the point where several roads converge and to the untrained eye the traffic appears to be a free for all, there is an underground tunnel that connects the Champs-Elysees and the Arc. As we walked through the tunnel, ...

'Merica Day

A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09

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... of armor. They had weapons going back thousands of years. I really like the old medieval swords and the huge canons. On the other side of the courtyard we made a quick journey through the chakra de Gaulle museum. I knew he was a French war hero and did great things during WWII but obviously this went more in depth into his actions and it was fascinating. He fled to London when France fell and organized a huge movement of people wanting to see a free France. ...

Paris: the last day

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith

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... the right place. I went back to the other Mary, who was, by this time, alone and left my rose. I left the church. It had been raining quite heavily before I went in but it had mostly dissipated by the time I left. I was annoyed with myself for having lost my return bus ticket when I had had to retrieve my umbrella (probably) from my bag, so the prayer to Mary to take away some of my concerns hadn't worked yet. I decided that it would be unacceptable to pay any ...

Catacombs and macarons

A travel blog entry by angesnowdon

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We went to the catacombs. It was pretty interesting. You walked through dimly lit underground tunnels which were built hundreds of years ago. You then arrive at the catacombs where the bones of six million Parisians line the walls. They are neatly laid in a repetitive pattern. We saw an uncomfortable amount of bones and we didn't see anywhere near all of them. We then went to the montparnasse cemetery which was just around the corner. We thought Oscar Wilde was buried there.. It turns out ...

Ooh La La...

A travel blog entry by sue2013

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... means, but trust me when I say it could well mean Red Light District. We kept our eyes away from the sex shops, one being a sex shop supermarket, which completely changes the meaning of One Stop Shopping... The only time I did a double-take (and wished I hadn't) was when I came across a window with all the stuff you can imagine would be in it, but it was the - how do I tactfully say this? - errrr, 'ladies aid'? that was in the shape of the Eiffel Tower that made my eyes grow ...

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This hotel, located on 98, rue de Paris, Lieusaint, is near Etiolles Colonial Country Club.
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