De L'Europe

74, rue Sedaine, Paris, Île-de-France, 75011, France | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Bastille area of Paris, is near Marché Richard Lenoir, Montagne Ste-Genevieve, Theatre de la Bastille, and Studio Harmonic.
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Travel Blogs from Paris

Paris

A travel blog entry by wmdbanks on Jul 13, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

... because their train system is soooo good (whatever!!!).
So by 8pm on Thursday night we were in a slightly hysterical (laughing not panic) state. We met up with Akira for dinner and she saved our asses. She introduced us to www.blablacar.com, which is website where regular people rent out seats in their car, so it's kinda like formalized hitch nicking in a way, and is about a quarter of the price of taking the train (bonus). We ...

Hidden Paris

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 12, 2014

19 photos

... Cup began today and I had to cheer on my roommates Brazilian team. It was really fun! I met my other roommates and some more Canadians and cheered on the football team. Everyone, especially Brazilians, are so passionate and intense about the game. I enjoyed talking to Americans and hearing about others experiences. It was a great nigtht! Memorable quotes: Have you ever had carrots before? - Charlotte Ottawa is the Florida of Canada. - Peter, a Canadian Tomorrow: Notre Dame and hiking up the ...

Art Nouveau Synagogue

A travel blog entry by travelingmom on Jan 25, 2014

15 photos

... of the building and how much I had always wanted to see inside the synagogue, a man, dressed somewhat like a postman, came up to us and said we could enter, and he led us inside. I don't know if he was a caretaker or security, but he was most welcoming.






It was just before Shabbat, and there were people ...

A History of the French horn

A travel blog entry by curtcarlson on Dec 07, 2013

1 comment, 38 photos

... on early hunting horns used by royalty. In addition, if you are to believe what you see in the Ricola TV commercials for cough drops, horns were also used by goatherds in the Swiss Alps. (There is nothing about Ricola in the museum!!)

Horns were first used as musical instruments in an ensemble during 16th century operas. During the 17th century, modifications to the bell end of the horn were made and the cor de chasse, or French horn as ...

French Impressionism

A travel blog entry by joelplotnek on Oct 07, 2013

6 photos

... Japanese foot bridges and famous water lilies by passing under the road by a foot tunnel. The gardeners' boats, which serve a practical purpose allowing the lake to be cleaned, add a nice touch, especially with the gardener standing up in the boat collecting dead water lilies, which provided a nice contrast for the 1001 pictures I snapped. We walked around the lake twice as the sun finally came out and changed the light and shade of the garden. One American woman came ...

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