Tingis Hotel

2, rue Emile Level, Paris, Île-de-France, 75017, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Parc Monceau area of Paris, is near Palais de Chaillot, Pari Roller, Marche Mallasis, and N. Bris.
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    A travel blog entry by chezann on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... too. I suggested, in the nicest possible way that as everyone had paid the same amount of money to enjoy the cruise we were all entitled to see the sites! No impact whatsoever, so I asked the person who was doing the commentary to ask them to sit down, which she did on four occasions but was even less effective then I had been and was absolutely terrified of the bloke. Finally, Annie told him what she thought of him, not leaving anything ...

    Bowling in Paris--kind of

    A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jun 17, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... the balls were about half the size of a US bowling ball. The pins were little too. Each pin had a string on top of it. When it was knocked over, the string pulled it up into the pinsetter. There were about six or so kids and a mother there bowling. The lanes were coin operated. You put a 5 euro coin in the slot for each person and could bowl for an hour. It was really funny and cute. The ...


    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Apr 23, 2014

    7 photos

    ... with modern art in it. This drew a large crowd so the people watching was fantastic. This even included a man who did a headstand for much longer then I
    thought possible.
    After the cafe, we headed back to the metro to make our trek home. This was pretty uneventful but after the warm 45 minute train ride, it made getting up and walking the last mile back to the hotel very difficult. None the less, we made it home, relaxed and called it a night. 28 won't be too bad.

    Left Bank

    A travel blog entry by joelplotnek on Oct 08, 2013

    15 photos

    ... that Paris is unique compared to other cities built on a river. Most cities will evolve on one side of the river leaving the other side grow as a suburb. But Paris is truly a city on both the left and right sides of the Seine. I agree having now traversed both the left and right banks. We all had sore feet but had managed to walk through three sections of Paris in 24 hours - Le Maraise to Bastille and the Islands to the Latin Quarter. Not bad for a day in ...

    Paris what a beautiful place

    A travel blog entry by juliahumphries on Aug 19, 2013

    8 comments, 46 photos

    ... like NZ and Anzac Day. Lots of people died in 1789. We went to have a coffee, we had a limonade, we ate ice cream AGAIN, and we went to St Germaine which is the Latin Quarter lots of people played music there. We saw lots of beggars. We went on lots of trains. I read all the maps and showed my family the directions. We walked so so so far, our feet were very tired, so were our bodies. We ate dinner and then walked home. I love Paris. I'm coming ...