Hotel Sovereign Bord de Seine

54, Quai de Seine, Saint Ouen, Île-de-France, 93400, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 54, Quai de Seine, Saint Ouen, is near Marche Biron, Catan Antiquites, J. P. Sampson, and La Coup.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Ouen

What didn't we do today?

A travel blog entry by jportelance on Jun 17, 2014

2 comments, 43 photos

... the South side along the Siene River, I'm taking Heather to the Love Bridge to add a lock with our names on it. 6 years ago today I asked her to marry me on a beach in Tobago...we'll see if she still loves me and wants to throw the keys to the lock in the river... Luckily for me, she apparently does still love me as the only 2 keys in world to that lock with our names on it now reside at the bottom of the Siene River. :) We can already see that walking around Paris is going to be ...

Check it off the list!

A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 16, 2014

... the snails arrived they were in huge shells with some sort of a green goo in each. The snails themselves were deep in the shells and played hard to get until consumption. I closed my eyes and popped one in my mouth, only to be surprised by a pleasant garlic butter flavour. The night before, Ben had described escargot as having the same texture as a cross between octopus and mushrooms. I feel like that is an incredibly accurate description and as long as I don't think about what ...

Going to heaven before you die...

A travel blog entry by gaily on Apr 06, 2014

... David says it is the smell of money) as we discovered yesterday that the room we stayed in cost 1,020 euro per night... Notwithstanding his sarcasm, the beauty of the foyer, salons and chambers is a joy for the eyes and senses.
Staying here I can imagine the best bits of being royalty - the level of service is unbelievable, no wish is too great for them to achieve. Today David ...

Farewell, London. Bonjour Paris!

A travel blog entry by mackles on Sep 26, 2013


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We had a quick coffee and boarded the Eurostar to Paris! The train itself was pretty average but a very efficient way of getting from London to Paris. Bought a book of Metro tickets on board, which turned out to be a great idea.

Caught the Metro to Hotel Marignan, which many Wadestown people will be familiar with. We absolutely love it - very Parisian, if a little tight for space! We're on the 5th floor so ...

Market day

A travel blog entry by kovfam on Aug 24, 2013

4 photos

... and got off at Port de Clignancourt. It was a short walk from here to Les Puces (The Fleas), the most famous flea market in Paris. It covers seven hectares and is officially the largest antiques market in the world. Everything from bric-a-brac and designer vintage fashion to high-end antiques. We looked at only a tiny section before heading to the "swap meet" across the road. Full of counterfeits and souvenirs, a ...