Mercure Paris Montparnasse

20 rue de la Gaite, Paris, Île-de-France, 75014, France | 3 star hotel
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On our way south

A travel blog entry by holiday14

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... celebrating end of WW2. Plan B go to Sacre Coeur. Bish waited 20 min in queue for toilet before giving up found another one that needed a euro which he didn't have, by this time his bladder was leaking through his tear ducts.. Got there eventually, by this time it's raining and getting cold. Sharon and Ewen went off to catch up with friends and we went back to Hotel. We finally cot Metro right. Whitefields didn't have it so easy ...

Paris DAY 3

A travel blog entry by amyryush

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... as some people make out traveling to be. In the end I am an engineer who won’t ever professionally study art history or just simple history for that matter. Also I am having a lot of fun experience things and meeting new people but I do feel a somewhat weird feeling of loneliness and insecurity. I feel I am just a wanderer going from place to place without a place or group of people I could truly call home or “my people.” ...

A History of the French horn

A travel blog entry by curtcarlson

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... on early hunting horns used by royalty. In addition, if you are to believe what you see in the Ricola TV commercials for cough drops, horns were also used by goatherds in the Swiss Alps. (There is nothing about Ricola in the museum!!)

Horns were first used as musical instruments in an ensemble during 16th century operas. During the 17th century, modifications to the bell end of the horn were made and the cor de chasse, or French horn as ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by lindeelee

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... ventured out for dinner. The rain had stopped and the temperature not too cold. Found a fantastic Irish pub - James Joyce where I had a yummy meal of fish and chips with home made frittes (chips) and bernaise sauce - yeah weird I know eating fish and chips in an Irish pub in France but was delicious. Guinness not quite as good as home at my local (PJ O'Reilly's) but the Irish coffee to finish off with made up for ...

Sweetened

A travel blog entry by hsinyu

So I accepted my broken-French-ness, and figured I could try it out on those who may be more understanding of my foreignness - shopkeepers and hotel staff. I may just end up being another piggish tourist, or maybe just a slight amusement with my improper usage. I went from Starbucks in the morning, a sure promise of the familiar poison - soy latte - albeit still made weakly, to now sitting in a cafe having just finished a delicious dessert, and green to boot! ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Observatoire area of Paris, is near Ile St.-Louis, Tour Montparnasse, Theatre Guichet Montparnasse, and Cafe Edgar.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent