Bonappart Apartments Studio

12, rue Guisarde, Paris, Île-de-France, Paris, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paris

Paris Wedding

A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423


Andrew and I landed in London after a 24-hour flight (connections in Los Angeles and Toronto). Two days later we were on our way by car to Paris via the Eurotunnel. We arrived at the entrance to the tunnel at Folkestone, about 100 miles from London. Driving into a train car is much like taking a car ferry only a little more confining. We were packed in with 4 or 5 other ...

Some beautiful churches, gardens and gelato!

A travel blog entry by odlozinski


... had began as the architects were detecting fractures as the height of the walls increased. There are gargoyles with spouts for their mouths at which serve to direct rainwater away from the building, hence preserving the exterior. We contrasted the design of Notre Dame to St. Paul's and all the boys had very unique ideas and opinions. The family was evenly divided as to which cathedral was their favourite.

The City of Lights, Love and impressive ironwork

A travel blog entry by roamingrob


... When the unwitting tourist denies ownership of said ring it is offered for sale, and if silly enough the tourist is swindled for a piece of junk. Along the Champs Elysees and around the Eiffel Tower I also encountered young girls wandering around asking for signatures on a ‘petition’ for some kind of deaf & dumb association. Warnings I read online said that these girls do not accept just the signature and will soon hassle for a ...


A travel blog entry by emseurope


... whilst convincing her that he will visit in two months time. It sounds a little immature but was actually hilarious to watch his reaction and the fellow wait staff.
Another moment that added memories was another guest walked into a young female wait staff carrying 3 level of trays that had 4 fully plated meals on each tray. The noise it made when it came crashing down was extremely loud with all 850 people in the theatre turning around and all conversations abruptly stopping. ...

Paris... where I play games with frenchmen

A travel blog entry by roamingpirate


... was a good way to get some extra tidbits of information about the different places I was seeing. My first stop was Notre Dame which was thoroughly impressive from the outside at least. The line up to get in was almost an hour long, and the one to go up to the top of the bell tower was just as bad so I decided to skip the interior in favour of some lesser known sights. One of these was the Deportation Memorial which was stunning and sombre. Here, 200,000 mostly Jewish Parisians ...


This hotel, located in the Luxembourg area of Paris, is near Pierre Herme, St. Sulpice Fountain, Pharmacie Fouhety, and Village Voice Bookstore.
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