Le Singulier

38, rue Saint Didier, Paris, Île-de-France, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 38, rue Saint Didier, Paris, is near Bike About Tours, Musée de la Marine, Musee de la Marine, and Reciproque.
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Unexpected Surprise!!!

A travel blog entry by htrude on Jul 13, 2014

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... paintings in the orangerie. It was breathtaking. After our day at the museums, we were to meet the rest of the tour group at Flam's for dinner. As we started walking, we noticed military reenactment in the park. We decided to check it out and it turned out to be the best choice! We quickly learned that it was a celebration of the 100th anniversary of World War I. To top it off, we learned that the French president, ...

Parisian lifestyle

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 11, 2014

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... locks that part of the bridge collapsed earlier this week! Our next stop was the famous Louvre museum. Again, it was Louis the 14th palace until he decided he wanted something bigger so he built Versailles. It is huge! I know I've been there before but wow the palace is gigantic and part of it burned down during one of the French revolutions. A small side note: the French have a very confusing history. Currently, they are on their 5th republic, but they ...

Week 1: Electric start, wEt finish

A travel blog entry by dinesh.gomes on Apr 11, 2014

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... nterrupted her, explained to her our problem and asked her if I could use her phone or if she knew how the electricity worked. Can you help? She said we could go ask the "Guardien". The guardian is a person who is kinda caretaker for the building. Mail comes to her and she distributes it etc. And apparently she has a little office in the adjacent lobby. We go over, its past 7:30. Guardian has left.

She suggests asking a family ...


A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope on Oct 03, 2013

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... we successfully order dinner en Francais, and no one got anything weird! Sometimes having dual languages on my food packaging in Canada really is helpful! FUN FACT: The French loooove their dogs. They are allowed everywhere. If you don't have one, you can rent one for 300 euros.

We ended the night back at the hotel, very proud of ourselves for not getting lost or yelled at by French people. Although we did all agree that we never want to drive ...

It's a Bore!

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn on Sep 03, 2013

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... unpopular Louis XIV made the grievously unpopular decision to empty the graveyard and move the collected remains down into the catacombs. This decision was so unpopular that many of the bodies were transferred stealthily by wagonload under the cover of night, and dumped unceremoniously beneath the city.

It wasn't until after the revolution that attitudes towards death, physical remains, public health -- and hence, the catacombs -- began to change. A ...