Opera Vivaldi

10 rue Helder, Paris, Île-de-France, 75009, France | 3 star hotel
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Smoke, Cheese & Sugar

A travel blog entry by lucyando


... to Gare Du Nord. Going through the ticket barriers to exit the RER we had a few guys dash through the gates with us - they hadn't bought tickets at the other end. I slowed down on my way through to try stop them coming through with me (they should be buying tickets like everyone else) but they were evidently well practiced and still got through. If it had been Jason Bourne I wouldn't have minded. This train station was featured in the Bourne movies so ...

The Tale of Two Museums - The Louvre and The Orsay

A travel blog entry by piedmonthr


... with Marjorie. We moved on to the Impressionists, and that is when it hit me. I felt my entire body fading away and my back and knees aching. The works of Claude Monet were next and were those that I most wanted to see. However, I was going through a meltdown of sorts. I made it through the remainder of the tour, and despite my desire to stay and see the works on our on in more detail, I knew I had to sit or lie down or I ...

Paris - the last hoorah

A travel blog entry by rhogrefe


... enjoyed the afternoon, especially the bit where we got to eat the fruits of our labour.
We opted to give Montmartre a miss, based on lots of reviews and blogs on the location. Montmartre is the location of the Sacre Couer church perched on a hill overlooking Paris. It is also renoun for its markets and street artists. However it has been beset by gypsies, beggars and pickpockets along with some nasty stories of street cons, some being a little ...

Day 44 & 45 - Paris goes off with a bang

A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan


... the vastness of the place when we were dropped off. The hostel has a really good bar and restaurant so we grabbed dinner and our complimentary welcome drink, before heading to the closest underground station to catch the metro, to find the Eiffel Tower. The metro system here is as big as London's, but obviously as all the destinations are in French, it was a little daunting (lucky Lauren is good with that stuff). We were running late for the fireworks display, but thought we should try ...


A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... to the mad drivers with 11 streets from it. Is apparently the word's first roundabout. The Arc was begun by Napoleon in 1806 in homage to his Grand Armee, but wasn't finished until 1836 by Louis -Philippe, who dedicated it to the French army in general.

WiFi driving me crazy will finish this day when I have time.


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This 3 star hotel, located in the Pigalle area of Paris, is near Palais Garnier - Opera National de Paris, Galeries Lafayette, Opera Comique/Salle Favart, and Ciné 13.
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