Hotel Prince Albert Louvre

Address: 5 rue Saint Hyacinthe, Paris, Île-de-France, 75001, France | 2 star hotel
 
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      Summer in the City of Lights!

      A travel blog entry by bkritter on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... and conversation in French. Delightful! I think I could sit here forever!

      The sun sinks, a red ball dropping into the Seine, evening rises, and we bustle back to our hotel, fling open the windows to a deep summer night, and drop off to sleep listening to night birds and one of our group Skyping with her grandson in her room beneath us, her Southern twang evident in her excited "Grandma loves you so much!" The world is so big... and so small. Smile.
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      Walk from the Louvre to the Grande Palais (1)

      A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... de Triomphe du Carrousel that Napoleon had built in front of what was his palace to honour those who fought and died during the french revolution. It was after 1pm and I checked out the very long line, that didn't seem to move, of people who were trying to buy tickets and enter through the main entry under the pyramid. I had scoped out a Macdonalds on Rue Rivoli and went to get a coffee to have with my baggette on a park bench ...

      Now That Was More Like It!!!

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 03, 2014

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      ... exhibit which only runs from March through June that we definitely wanted to see. Cost a little more once you got in, but boy was it worth it. Van Gogh painted more than 700 paintings in his lifetime and committed suicide when he was only 36. But I'm getting ahead of myself.

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      Montmartre Cemetery and Sacré Cœur

      A travel blog entry by daycia on Dec 30, 2013

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      Today I went up Montmartre (if you don't know it's in north Paris). I went to the cemetery there which was awesome. When I got there I decided to start on the smaller side of the bridge (the cemetery is split by a bridge) I didn't realize it then but that section was about 1/10 of the whole cemetery. I spent about an hour just in that part. It was really cool, most of the graves were like little houses, tall and ...

      Day 3 - Paris

      A travel blog entry by christie.orr on Sep 10, 2013

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      ... I found them, and then about 5 minutes later we found Matilda, and Stacey had already started walking to the end of the street. The four of us continued down the street to find the coach, and along the way I found a Quiksilver shop ! I was so excited so had to get a photo, unfortunately we didn't have time to go in and have a look tho. As we got near the end of the street, we werent 100% sure of where the coach was actually picking us up from and it started pouring down with rain ! ...