Residhome Montreuil St. Mande

Address: 72 rue Claude Erignac , Montreuil, Île-de-France, 93100, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 72 rue Claude Erignac , Montreuil, is near Château de Vincennes, La Cite des Enfants, Marche aux Puces de Montreuil, and Maison Rouge.
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Travel Blogs from Montreuil

Paris, where is the love??

A travel blog entry by sdhoneymoon on Jul 29, 2014

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... an English pub looks like, Dirty ***** would pretty much hit the nail right on the head. We drank ciders and beer for a few hours and then we headed for a bar with a little more Ritz. Madison's overlooks St. Paul's cathedral, when you look around on their panoramic roof patio, you realize you must really pay for the view with your drinks because the young crowd looks like they could all star on "Gossip Girl: U.K Edition". I switched out my beer ...

Tourist day in Paris

A travel blog entry by obriensaway on Jun 17, 2014

... spotted it up a tree and the man from Portugal climbed up to get it. We all signed the log and he replaced it. Up the tower we go via the stairs. The first level was 380 steps up - I didn't count them they were numbered. Decided the second level was a few too any stairs after all the walking we had done so down we went. Went and had a sit in the park and found another geocache on the other side of the tower. Happy now. More walking down along ...

Day 5 - Versailles, Paris on a clear night.

A travel blog entry by gkarlovsky on May 03, 2014

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... very much and after a very relaxed dinner, went to the train station. We tried to get tickets through the automated machine. We tried the debit card, didn't work. Tried the other debit card, didn't work, looked for cash, didn't have the right combination.

Thankfully, with a little looking around, we found a ticket booth and were able to get tickets back. When our train trip got done and we got off to transfer to ...

Lifestyles of the Rich and (dead) Famous

A travel blog entry by misspollock on Jan 10, 2014

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... kind of. It serves a s a teaching farm - I think that means teaching children about animals. There are cows, ducks, geese, sheep goats, donkeys, pigs (enormous), chickens and rabbits. Yes, rabbits. They live in with the chickens. The funniest thing i saw today was when a woman (who obviously works there) went into the enclosure and started herding the chickens and rabbits into the barn. Chickens, no worries, rabbits? I had to stifle my laughter. There were three particularly ...

Day 6 of the Adventure

A travel blog entry by gigi_indy on Sep 27, 2013

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... warm here and no air conditioning. Venus de Milo would have welcomed us with open arms, but she didn't have any. :). We looked at all the Greek antiquities and then Italian sculptures. We saw Psyche and Cupid by A. Canova, and then Michaelangelos "Captive". Next we climbed the stairs to see the Italian paintings, especially the Mona Lisa! We did our best to capture the picture. Then we went to the Hall of Apollo that had very interesting sculptures and crowns. We went in to ...