Hotel Prince Albert Louvre

5 rue Saint Hyacinthe, Paris, Île-de-France, 75001, France | 2 star hotel
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Hot June day in Paris

A travel blog entry by quirky


Today we plan to cram in quite a bit as this is our last full day in Paris. The forecast is for 28C and sunny.

We started our sightseeing with the Louvre. I'm keen to look at works by well known painters such as Degas, Cezanne, Monet, etc. So we looked all through the French section and found none of them. Not to say we didn't see a lot of …

First full day in Paris

A travel blog entry by quirky


Today Juanita and I have a whole day in Paris but Sharon and Phil have to head off by about 12:00 to get to Calais on time for their ferry back to Dover.

After breakfast, we head up some back streets, basically parallel with the Champs Elysees and just look at shops. We come out about a block short of L'Arc de Triomphe and this …

Into Paris

A travel blog entry by quirky


Today we journey from Val-Suzon (Dijon) to Paris. Also, for the first time, we have warm weather and we're in our shorts and t-shirts.

The country side is picturesque for the first part of the trip. The French seem to devote evey square inch of land to crops, with wheat, barley and mustard sown down to the edge of the road. We …

The commute: The Streets

A travel blog entry by dinesh.gomes


... 30 minutes of rental is free. A day's worth of unlimited use of the system costs EUR 1,70 - the same as a metro ticket. Velib' is positioned as an alternative to taking the metro. Awesome job Paris! +1.

And finally... Sigh... I must drop-in a word about droppings....

Say what?!

Droppings. Dog poop. DOG POOP (and DOG PEE). For real. Rather crude. I know. But thats because of the stinking ...

Croissants, Frenchies and the 500 Euro dramas

A travel blog entry by julesmc


... some food, we could still hear lots of noise in the cafes around our hotel. Holiday decided he would give it a miss and continue to sleep. The three of us went for a walk around the block but unfortunately the kitchens had all closed. We headed back to the hotel with an empty stomach. Thankfully Rob had some emergency m and m's, I resisted breaking into the cherry ripes and violet crumbles I had bought for Lorrae. We promised ourselves we would make the most of our last night in Paris ...

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