Guesthouse Giovanni's Room

Rue Quincampoix, Paris, Île-de-France, 75019, France | Inn
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This inn, located on Rue Quincampoix, Paris, is near Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Musee de la Musique, Hammam Med Center, and 19th Arrondissement.
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The City of Love

A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 02, 2014

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... That's the last time Phil will be allowed to check prices…..haha The Notre Dame was pretty impressive inside!! Very gothic and had amazing architecture. We walked around the whole building as I attempted to take a picture to match the same photo my mother had taken when she travelled Europe when she was younger. Fingers crossed I nailed it, only time will tell. That night we again had a quiet one, involving food and Wimbledon. While Chris and ...

Our Half Marathon!

A travel blog entry by bucketlist10 on Jun 12, 2014

8 comments, 4 photos

... aids and another pack (a different size) of 7 band-aids and the cost was 20 euros! Close to 24 or 25 dollars. No kidding! They must not use many band-aids here. Or, they use them more than once. Yuck! Just so you know!!

We are headed out to dinner soon. I'm ready for more walking.

ps. from Bob....I may just hire Lanny as our official scribe! She does such a great job!


Champagne dinner in the sky!

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on Apr 09, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... their terraces are packed with tourists paying inflated prices, along with those who simply want to sit at a Left Bank cafe and contemplate the meaning of life.

After a brief shopping detour at Monoprix (a French version of our Target chain), we walked past the Church of St.-Sulpice (prominently featured in Dan Brown's novel "The Da Vinci Code" a few years ago) to the Luxembourg Gardens for lunch at its outdoor cafe. ...

Christmas in Paris!

A travel blog entry by emseurope on Dec 20, 2013

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... our booking. After the second night we emailed our travel agent who we had booked the room through who then called the night manager and asked why we weren't in our booked room. The night manager couldn't answer and told the manager the next day one of our 'mum's' had called! At this stage we hadn't even spoken to our mums and when she confronted us about this told us we would have to move our bags 'just like everyone else' and to ask the night manager as to why our mum ...

Amazingly Beautiful

A travel blog entry by amyrayleen on Oct 06, 2013

9 photos

... to place the bodies somewhere so the catacombs were created for them. It was decided that the bones of all the city's cemeteries would be stored here. At the beginning of the 19th century the catacombs were open to the public for viewing. It was pretty creepy leading to the Ossuary where the bodies found. You're walking down long, narrow and dark hallways. As you walk you're going deeper and deeper underground. Once you get ...