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Travel Blogs from Paris

En Paris 2nd & 3rd June

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan


... end of Champs de Mars (sorry if the French names are wrong - no time to check them) - there was some sort of parade happening. So we followed the parade to Montparnesse. Then caught the Metro back to Pere Lachais. After a beer at our hotel, Hotel Obododo, we went looking for Jim Morrison's grave (well we are staying overlooking the Pere Lachais Cemetery!). More walking - got lost, came back to look at the map, then found it. Very quiet and peaceful place.


Une nuit "Feerique"!

A travel blog entry by misspollock


... not a huge fan of Montmatre. I think I would prefer it if I were here with someone else. I just kept coming across a few problems as a single girl wearing a skirt at dusk. I did not enjoy men calling out to me (when I especially had an Italy flashback when I caught a "che bella!") and it was definitely becoming creepy to be checked out from head to toe so often. I would absolutely prefer to o this again in summer (so skirts aren't unusual) or with someone in the future.

Eclectic mix of museums-Louvre, Sewer, L'Orangerie

A travel blog entry by goweregypt


... ramp on both sides). But no, not here. This just added to our 10 km walk for the day. The blocks in Paris are very long as well.
We thoroughly enjoyed the numerous panels of the water lillies in the two rooms, purpose designed and built by Monet. They are so well suited to the peaceful nature of the paintings. Downstairs were paintings by Renoir and Picasso amongst others which we looked at fairly quickly.
Took the metro home to rest ...


A travel blog entry by levy2013


... know it's heaps, why do you think I'm writing this!). We managed to pass the time, playing rock, paper, scissors, the bullet game and the colour game...the things we do. At least it was a gorgeous day! Finally, we were in. It is a very unusual place and quite different from anything I've ever seen. it was quite peaceful and you really don't feel (apart from your legs) how far down you are. For those of you that don't know it is a ossuary that was created in the late 18C, ...

Aww! Shopping in Paris!

A travel blog entry by dani.smith


... last trip and that our time in Paris is brief so I had to divide my time in order to do it all. First, I headed to Les Quatre Temps shopping mall. This was large and offered a good selection of mid-range to high end name brand shopping. Then I hit the big time and went to the two high end department stored of Pritemps and La Galleries. They were gorgeous, expensive and HUGE! Each was multiple floors (8ish each) and multiple buildings. It was ...


This motel, located in the Entrepôt area of Paris, is near Canal St-Martin, Musee du Cristal Baccarat, Antoine & Lili, and "Vous Etes Ici" Mural.
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