Hotel Prince Albert Louvre

Address: 5 rue Saint Hyacinthe, Paris, Île-de-France, 75001, France | 2 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by juliem.atkinson on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... to a non touristy area.

    • We decided to see and do some different things this time in Paris as we were very fortunate to have been to most of the big tourist sights in 2009, visiting museums and churches etc. Highlights were High Tea at George V Hotel which is a beautiful hotel off the Champs Elysesses that is famous for its wonderful flower displays and beautiful decor. We caught the Metro into Opera and went into the huge Galleries Lafayette department store ...

    • Day 1, 2 & 3 - Paris (Crepes, Croissants & Cafes)

      A travel blog entry by vaidehi on Sep 26, 2014

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      I landed around 8pm on the same day I flew out of Chennai. I saw Lee standing there with a big smile on her face even if she had to wait an hour or so for me.

      Paris - One of the few big cities in my trip that I really liked. It probably could have owed to the fact that I did most of the city tour by walk and cruise. Thanks to my host Lée Grév-rath who really taught me certain beautiful life lessons in ...

      The City of Light shone bright

      A travel blog entry by brookfield355 on Apr 16, 2014

      ... Scenic Jade.
      Paris is definitely the most lavish and extraordinarily beautiful city. The fact that it has survived for centuries without the devistation of wars means thatall its glories and opulence still survive.
      Looking forward to see what else Europe has in store for us.

      Watch for the next riveting chapter of the travels of Joanie and Johnny!?!


      24th to 26th November - Paris

      A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Nov 24, 2013

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      ... both did emails, planning and sorting once again before bed.

      Tuesday 26th November

      Wendy mapped out an itinerary for our day today. Ro plotted it out on a map and organised for our Eiffel tower tickets to be printed for our adventure this afternoon. We packed lunch for the day, enjoyed croissants yet again, a little spoilt and caught our 10:30 bus.

      First stop was the Musee d’Orsay to see some Monet and Van Gogh. We walked from Concorde ...

      Tour de France ...Versailles

      A travel blog entry by suejohnston22 on Sep 15, 2013

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      ... that we learned from such sources as Les Miserables! Some historical acts gleaned from the day....Louis 13th built a hunting cabin on the grounds of Versailles, Louis 14th built Versailles (a hunting cabin was not appropriate for a king), Louis 15th enjoyed it and possibly (and justly), Louis 16th paid for it! There are 3200 rooms in the palace so we did not even attempt to visit them all. But from ...