B&B Paris Porte de la Villette
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This was my first experience in staying in a hostel type place. I couldn't complain with anything at the hostel. Comfortable beds, good shower! And it was relatively close to the metro. The breakfast was also very good the next day. The only bad thing is that it could get a little bit noisy but I would still recommend to others!
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We finally get to Paris in the early evening and checked into the hotel before going to a local restaurant to try the french cuisine and yep, that included snails (not too squishy and super garlicky).
That evening we went on a 'city lights' tour of the city before heading to the eifel tower, which was lit up pink that day in support of …
This entry is a difficult one. I feel like I've a weeks worth to fill you in on and it's been only 24 hours since my last entry. I don't even know where to begin so I'm going to start bullet pointing from yesterday morning... # met my tour group... there's 53 of us on various tours. Some will leave the group along the way and more will join. 28 are …
Candicemayer stayed here on May 7, 2014 during their trip titled: Europe May 2014.
... The palace itself had hundreds of rooms, previously lived in by King Louis XVI of France and his wife Marie Antoinette of Austria. The most impressive room was the Hall of Mirrors, think a long hall filled with many gorgeous chandeliers, gold trim, mirrors and exquisite paintings and artwork. After walking around the palace we grabbed some lunch in the HUGE gardens that went on as far as my eyes could see. With such limited time to see the full ...
Brilliant weather, windy
Our day started with a stroll from Grand Palais, across Pont Alexandre III to Les Invalides.
We stopped for a photo with Hammy on the lawns, before entering the courtyard of the Musée de l'Armée that was lit with a golden hue by the late morning sun. I couldn't resist going for a wander down the corridors, lined with statues and artillery. There was a private function going on, and men in suits passed ...