Beehome - Guest House Paris

98, avenue des Ternes, Paris, Île-de-France, 75017, France | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Parc Monceau area of Paris, is near Arc de Triomphe, La Maison du Chocolat, Rue Poncelet Market, and Ecole Lenotre.
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Paris June 28 - July 3

A travel blog entry by larrylyn on Jun 28, 2014

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... On the second level we had perfect seats to see these fantastic dancers perform. Agi and Thea joined us for this wonderful evening which was followed by Kir (C******nay and a licqeur) at the Cafe de la Paix. Not a bad way to end the day! Only 13k walked.

Wednesday July 2
Today it was sunny and hot! A later start had us walking the Rue de Rivoli again but this time toward Place de Concorde after going to the St. Honore market to buy lunch ...

We have arrived in Paris.....Finally

A travel blog entry by clarkefamily on Jun 10, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

After our 17 hour delay we were finally on our way to Paris. We were put up in a hotel for the 17 hours which provided us with buffet breakfast, buffet lunch and buffet dinner.
The girls thought all their dreams had come true. They were ready to stay there forever!!

We all had a sleep, including me which is very unlike me. Set the alarms for 10pm, which was lucky we did because it was so hard to wake up. It took a lot of annoying the girls ...

So Near yet So Far: Disruption & the Glass Door

A travel blog entry by dinesh.gomes on Apr 07, 2014

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... making that kind of a leap of faith shows you desperate I was getting. So I dialed our house phone. No response. Multiple tries. Nothing. Another cold chill swept over me.

A half hour passes. By now I'm worried about neighbors who may peak through their windows that may think I'm upto no good or something. So I check my phone retry calling and retry the intercom to look legit.

Finally an old (probably 80+ yrs old) bourgeois looking French Madame comes ...

Parisian Gaze

A travel blog entry by joelplotnek on Oct 06, 2013

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... at the wall. While here we encountered much intentional and professional gazing by practised eyes. One artist wanted to sketch Ella (for a price of course). To really capture the Parisian spirit you need to study the Parisians. It's hard to do this with the camera as it would be rude and socially unacceptable or so I thought. The French however think nothing of asking a busking trumpeter to take a picture of the girl blowing the busker's trumpet next ...

The Earth and Other Minor Things

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn on Aug 30, 2013

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Trans-Atlantic flights used to be sort of magical. Maybe they still are - if you're Emma and Livvy and it's your first one. Or if you're flying first class. Or, maybe, if everything about getting to the airport isn't a complete, ongoing disaster - I don't know. I still cling to the magic of arrival - you wake up, and it's a new world, new language, new sandwiches! - but departure is a bit of a slog. ...