Le VIP Paris Yacht Hotel

Port de la Rapee, Paris, Île-de-France, 75012 , France | Hotel
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Paris, last stop and heading home

A travel blog entry by fec


... m starting to get tired of
jambon et fromage (ham and cheese) even though the ham is 10 times better than
in the states and so is the cheese. I’m
hunkering down tonight, washing my clothes in the machine in the apartment and
packing for an early departure. I think
all the adventure has been squeezed out of me.
I’ll be glad to see my friends in person once again and to get home to my
husband. See you all on ...

Le Musée d'Orsay & le Cimetière du Père-Lachaise

A travel blog entry by bluzygirl108


... It was a perfect cool kinda rainy day with spots of sun peaking through now and then. Unfortunately my feet were killing me from walking the day before at the Tour Eiffel and earlier that same day at the Musée d'Orsay, otherwise I would have enjoyed our search a little more. First we went looking for Jim Morrison's grave, which we found surrounded by tons of people, and the grave was covered with flowers and pictures. Next ...

Day Twenty Eight

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell


... we thought it was just a standard service, it wasnt until we were much closer in taking pictures that we realised there was a coffin.... yes we crashed a funeral.... we walked very quickly out of here! After this tour we made our way to the Champs de Elysées where we walked up the shops doing some window shopping as we were much too poor for theses shops, but it's nice to look into. At the end of the street stands the Arch ...

Tour Eiffel

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... they were drunk and got their drunk faces carved and put onto the bridge. It's a funny story and I hope it's true too! We went across another bridge which was absolutely full of padlocks! Apparently lovers come to the bridge and put their padlock on and throw the key into the water, symbolizing their never ending love. Although there were a lot of combination locks on there too which we were told you could put on, go have your fun then come undo the lock and do ...

The Palace of Versailles

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... deck was closed lest anyone be decapitated while sailing under a bridge. As a result, the entire boat-load was confined to the main deck where we stood three and four-deep along the rail, all the while breathing exhaust fumes.

We returned to our hotel and said goodbye to friends and travelling companions who would be heading for home early the next morning. Linda and I would be staying on in Paris for three more ...

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