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26 Jan. - 27 Jan.
Near airport but food disappointing, lacking staff, TV had to be adjusted, NEED a gym on site! Where’s the friendliness? Not like two years ago.
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Clean and convenient for the parks. Beds were very uncomfortable, food was awful, wifi was non-existent.
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Got a second? Go on holiday to Paris and you’ll be filling your face with buttery pastries and stacking your itinerary with famous artwork faster than you can say “Vive la France!” OK, you might be able to say it a few times. Explore the many arrondissements—that’s a fancy word for “districts”—that make up the vibrant landscape of “The City of Light”. Take it easy in sprawling city gardens, tour museums like they’re going out of style or re-enact scenes from Ratatouille. After you’ve eaten your weight in stinky cheese, there’s always a gorgeous palace or tour nearby, because this is Paris, after all.
Located in the northern region of France, the nation’s capital city sits on the Seine River. It’s a city beloved by the world, so you’ll have no problem finding accommodation in Paris throughout all 20 arrondissements. Wanna branch out to the French Alps or over to wine country? Book hotels in France and see all six sides of “L’hexagone”.
If you believed everything you saw in the movies, you’d think all the hotels in Paris had a view of the Eiffel Tower. Nope. But you’ll find this architectural icon in the 7th Arr. along with the Rodin Museum, where you can have a good think among like-minded sculptures. If you want to snooze—or snog—in a gorgeous park with crepe carts, head east to Luxemburg Gardens, south of the foodie favourite Latin Quarter neighbourhood in the 6th Arr. If you’re rather go west, wave at the President at Élysée Palace or spend a day at the Louvre. Lovers of the macabre have to add the Catacombs in the 14th Arr. to their bucket list—like the millions of skeletons who reside there did before them. To lift your spirits, catch a show at the Moulin Rouge (Nicole Kidman will not be there) in the 9th Arr., then beg penance at Sacré-Cœur to the north. Feeling knackered after the climb up 270 steps at Sacré-Cœur? Relax in one of the nearby Paris hotels, or put on your dancing shoes and debut your new moves at a discothèque.
Book flights to Paris and touch down at Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), located about 30 km northeast of the city centre. Metro (subway) and buses are the best ways to get around town. With lines running throughout the city, you’ll be able to connect with top sites and find Paris accommodation with ease. So pack your walking shoes and hit the streets like a Parisian!
The French capital experiences four distinct seasons, but the weather is mild, so whenever you can find the time is a good time to stand beneath the Arc de Triomphe. Plan for events year-round, like the Tour de France in July and the water sport festival Salon Nautique International de Paris in December.
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