99, rue du Ranelagh, 16th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France
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Jardin de Tuileries
Portal of the Last Judgment
hubby waiting patiently for Berthillon ice cream
Ancient painted sign.
We are 4 adults and 2 infants traveling from Brussels to Paris on 5th Sept 2010 and return on 11th Sept 2010..
I was trying to book Thalys and I saw a fare option called Kid and Co where u get discounted fare for traveling with the kid .. But I cant find that option while booking the tkts. Can anyone help me??? Also they have something like Family travel . How do I reserve seats in that compartment...
Thanks a ton
Re: Booking Thalys
I think you are trying to book too far ahead.
Thalys will only allow me to book up to 5th September.
If you leave it a few more days you may find that the return & ticket options you want will be available and displayed.
By making a dummy booking for early September (using the 'paper ticket' option, so I did not have to enter all my details for 'ticketless' option) I found that the 'Kid & Co' fare is displayed when you get to the point of choosing which departure time/fare you want.
So you should be able to make the booking easily enough in a few days' time, when travel on 11th becomes available.
Travel Tips for Paris
Very interesting sculpture guilding and theme museum.
Bonjour (pronounce : bongzur) = Wish apply from morning to the sunset however, the word Bonjour also replace with “Bon apres midi” after late 12 noon. "Midi" means 12 noon.
Bonsoir (bongswar) = Is usually said after the sunset.
Bon après midi (bon apré midi) = Is usually said after 12 noon up till 4 in the afternoon.
Bonne soirée (bon swaré) = Is usually said on seperation (gdbye) during the early evening till 12 midnite.
Bonne nuit (bon nwi) = Is said before bead- time.
Bon weekend (bong wikend) = Have a nice weekend
Au revoir (o revwar) = Good Bye
Adieu (a djieu) = Good Bye (Forever)
A bientôt (a bianto) = Till we meet again
A tout à l’heure (a tuta leur) = Till we meet again soon in a couple of hours.
A plus tard (a plu tard) = Upon arrival
Salut (salu) = Is said or apply only to someone who are very close..like "hello". The elegance and slow pace life style.
Place de Abesses
Halfway down the hill of Montmartre, this is one of the most picturesque and animated squares in Paris.
If you come to Paris for the first time, start your excursion here, cause walking up the stairs coming out of the metro (Abesses station), you'll be pleasantly surprised when plunged in the authentic Parisian atmosphere.
Also the entrance of the "art nouveau" metro station with it's wrought iron arches and yellow lamps is wonderful (see the second picture).
Take a closer look at the handle bar of the Vespa scooter on the picture... yeah, this is France! :-)
How to get there: Metro station Abesses
Go to Montmartre hill. That's...
Go to Montmartre hill. That's an absolute must, especially if you like sitting around, meeting new people, watching artists perform, and generally enjoying in a relaxing atmosphere, where nobody seems to be in much of a hurry. OK, the impressive Sacre Coeur church is up there, but don't go just to see the church. Go there to catch the flamboyant spirit of Paris. Listen to the music, watch the painters, see how the mimes perform and know that Montmartre has been an inspiration for artists for generations, since the time when it was still a little village on a hill in the suburbs of Paris. Sitting up there with Irena on the stairs in front of Sacre Coeur with the rest of travellers like us, listening to the music and just enjoying in the warm sun.
"la note, s'il vous plait"
In simple restaurants the bill is often calculated on the paper topping the table. This is from our lunch at Chartier. As you can see we drank a bottle of wine from Bergerac and 2 people had the sauerkraut and sausage plate :)
bring your credit cards!
backpack to have your souvenirs and gifts. comfortable wear. it's good when you walk around. don't leave your tissue at home, or you wanna insert coin for a public toilet there :) !
it's pretty easy to get some drug like panadol (pain-killer) it's easy to get your digital camera recharge or have some rolls of film. cleansing gel / lotion
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Address: 99, rue du Ranelagh, 16th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France