Comfort Inn Montmartre

Address: Rue Lecluse, 13 , Paris, Île-de-France, France | Inn
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      Bit of Culture

      A travel blog entry by oldbag on Nov 15, 2014

      73 photos

      ... elusive painting. Finally finding it, yep it's small - how can such a thing be worth so much. It can't be insured any more because they really don't know it's worth, they just make sure it is well secured. Some of the paintings through out the museum are so huge and you become in awe of how they managed and how long it took to paint such beautifully detailed works. You could be lost in the museum for days ...

      Roommates, Observations, & Stereotypes

      A travel blog entry by tatianameeker on Aug 31, 2014

      6 photos

      ... or some simple styling. The emphasis seems to be on an all-around natural look. I think we’ll grow to appreciate this when we wake up late and can literally roll out of bed and tell everyone we’re pulling the French look.

      Thursday we had orientation at INSEEC University around 10 AM. We received the formal welcome, basic information about schedules and classes, and then were able to meet some of our fellow international ...

      Day 2 in Paris

      A travel blog entry by belldallas on Jul 23, 2014

      32 photos

      ... Estelle's husband Jacques at a traditional French restaurant established in 1896 called Le Bouillon Chartier. In the large legendary dining room you can see the famous sideboard drawers where regular customers used to keep their own personal napkins and the large painting by a customer named Germont who gave it to the establishment as payment for his debt there. We all enjoyed the traditional foods, and Pierce tried his first (and second) escargot!

      It was a long and exciting ...

      Ah! Paris! Did you roll your tongue on the "r"?

      A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places on Jul 16, 2014

      38 photos

      ... Cathedral (French for Our Lady of Paris). THIS time we were toured through by an excellent guide. Did you know the purported Crown of Thorns is a relic here, along with a fragment of the cross and one of the nails? This world renown cathedral was begun in 1160 and completed in 1345. The stained glass rose windows are simply glorious to see, especially from the inside. Our guide told us that the windows were preserved during three wars - the French Revolution, and the First ...

      Peter McCosker Sees Paris

      A travel blog entry by petermccosker on Jun 30, 2014

      ... the corner and
      invited me before even asking my name. I had heard that backpackers were a
      friendly lot. I was really exhausted
      from the travel and the time difference but I figured that I needed to meet
      some people and I didn’t want to seem rude.
      We drank until 4 am, some of the bars we went to were giving free shots
      of absinthe, which is pretty potent. I don’t know how my bank balance is going