Hotel de Geneve
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel de Geneve Paris
Not somewhere I would stay with my parents, but definitely good for traveling students. Good location, but you get what you pay for. The staff was really nice though!
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... for the trip and before too long we’re off.
For some reason, 2 hours in a train seems shorter than 2 hours in a plane…..at the point where everyone is just starting to nod off we have arrived at Gare du Nord. We took the sensible option again and got a taxi (albeit a very expensive one) and despite the massive anti-cruelty to animals protest going on at Republique, we made it to our hotel. Les Jardin du Marais turned out to be a ...
Well not only do the French drive like mad people, have zebra crossings that only work sometimes and if you are very brave, they also all smoke! The day started with the usual chocolate croissant and coffee by the canal......it was already very warm and there were lots of runners...mental. Steve went to have a haircut, I was very worried what might happen, but it all went well and he was pleased with a bargain €10 ...
... time i get to the station I'm heady like i've smoked a couple of cigarettes myself!
Worse still is the prevalence of "electronic cigarettes". These little gadgets that look like a fat pen, let you control your nicotine intake and instead of smoke, puffs are delivered with water vapor. When speaking with a colleague about why they're so popular he defended them saying that its what people use to quit - since you are able to slowly dial down the amount ...
After getting lost in the underground train system for 3 hours, I made it to my hostel on the outskirts of Paris, France. The next morning I met up with fellow Rome attendee, Nikki. Upon entering downtown Paris we went straight to the Louvre (free to students SWEET). You could get lost in that place and never escape it is that huge. Fortunately we became the ultimate map experts and made it to almost every section. Out only goals were to hit ancient Rome, Egypt, and see our ...
... of fruit salad. After that we got our gear ready and went out to see Paris again.
The plan was to go and see a few sights we had missed the previous time, but just to take our time and not act like tourists.
First stop was Notre Dame Cathedral, which we only briefly saw last time as we were so rushed. I promised Joel this was the last church I will make him go into on this trip. Maybe.
It was free to go in and it was really spectacular with the large ...