Elysees Opera Hotel

17 Rue de Turin, Paris, Île-de-France, France | Hotel

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Last stop on the eurotrip: Paris, France

A travel blog entry by akreyling


... We landed in Dublin and then found a bus that would bring us back to Cork. We got back to Cork around 3:30 pm and at that point we were exhausted. I honestly just wanted to go to bed at that point but figured I should wait a little longer so I do not get up in the middle of the night.

Paris was a greta city. I would have enjoyed it even more if it were for some bad weather and bad experiences. Everything was so pretty and I would probably go back again to see more of it.

Last day in Paris

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... the stand.

On our way home we indulged in crepes and mulled wine, finishing them outside Notre Dame.

We popped in past Saint Julien church, but there was a payed classical concert on, so we looked in another very old mismatched gothic church called Eglise St-Severin which hosts very famous twisted pillars. As soon as I’d stepped into the church I realised I had left my camera at home, so I said ‘Oh my god’. Whoops! Don’t use the ...

The Louvre and Sacre Coeur Basilique

A travel blog entry by billgarland


... painting "The Wedding at Cana "

After all that culture we went by the tube to Montartre and saw the wonderful Basilica at the top of a huge hill with wonderful views of Paris.

We decided not to climb to the top as the climb up from the railway was exercise enough!
Anyway the views were excellent from the Basilique.

The area behind the Basilique is all arty and we had to sample a crepe as that's ...

The White-Crowned Sounds Of Possible.

A travel blog entry by roduperron


... First, you cater to tourists all day long; it'll probably be easier *not* to be impatient with their varying mastery of your native tongue. Second, you're working the counter of a glorified Dairy Queen; you should climb off your high horse, and shoot it in the head. Postscript: best speculoos gelato ever. All is forgiven - please resume your regularly scheduled snootiness. The scale of the neighborhood is staggering, and the streets are quite crowded. Where are all these ...


A travel blog entry by rkzohm


... where we were confronted by a sea of people at 11:50 am. Rob and I had a museum pass and the girls were free however Monica needed to buy a billet so off to the billet line she went. The girls found some shade against a wall and Rob and I took it in turns to stand in the mid day sun (only “mad dogs and English men…” or so they say…). It was pretty darn toasty as the time ticked by and we wound our way through the line. By the ...


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