Atel De Paris Nord

4 Rue de Dunkerqu, Paris, Île-de-France, France | Inn
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Day 9 - Biking Paris

A travel blog entry by patricksexton

We got up bright and early to make the most of our only full day in Paris. Breakfast consisted of an expresso, a croissant and a baguette (I.e heaven) before we headed towards the Louvre. On the way we checked out the bridge of locks which epitomized the emotions Paris brings out of people. After seeing the line for the Louvre was far too long, we decided to ...


A travel blog entry by jen.trevenen


Got us early and caught a taxi to the war cemetery in Fromelles. Very moving and felt quite overwhelmed emotionally. So did Den and Kate. Walk into Pheasant Wood where the bodies were found and it was so calm and full of birds chirping and ever so green. Cannot really imagine what it would have been like for the 5500 Australian men who lost their lives there. Walked around Fromelles but due to the 1st of May being a public holiday nothing was opened. Headed back ...

Excuse my French, but I'm in France...

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle


... the conductor instructing passengers to use the storage area at the front of the coach for very large items only, and to store all other luggage, "Basically, anything smaller than a semi-detached bungalow," in the racks above your seat.

Upon our arrival at Gare du Nord train station in Paris, we made our way to a currency exchange booth, as I had CDN$300 burning a hole in my wallet, the result of a poorly planned withdrawal a few days prior to our departure. As I ...

Paris... where I play games with frenchmen

A travel blog entry by roamingpirate


... but on the dusty hard ground. So here I am playing the very french game of Petanque, with seven Frenchmen who don't speak very much English, and drinking wine out of the bottle while I wait my turn. Lol it was so fun and I managed to get a few points for my team and we won both rounds. Mika took me to a very Parisian bar to celebrate and we had mojitos and a little nub of sausage with bread, then it was onto the Aussie bar for Guiness! On faites come les Parisians...jouer et ...

A day in Paris

A travel blog entry by helenandchris


A whistle stop tour of Paris today, starting with the Eiffel tower of course. Then we wandered across the river towards L'Arc de triomphe, stopping on the way for another sub average coffee (when will we learn?). That crazy round-about at L'arc de triomphe had the kids (and adults) entertained for quite a while. Next stop Montmartre. What trip ...


This inn, located in the Entrepôt area of Paris, is near Gare du Nord (La), Musee du Cristal Baccarat, Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, and La Goutte d'Or.
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