Hotel Le Clery

13 boulevard Bonne Nouvelle, 2nd Arr., Paris, 75002, France
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Paris To London

by canadianinromania

Hey all,
I have a friend going from Paris to London on March 4th. She is looking at the eurostar leaving at 1213, arriving london @ 1328.
The fair is 45.5 Pound.
Will this get any cheaper does anyone think? I am under the impression it is as low as it is going to get, but do any locals have any ideas?

Thanks in advance
Christian

Re: Paris To London

by cubsur

Almost certainly there will be no lower price. Seats sell very quickly on this route and the closer to the actual travel date the more expensive will be the remaining seats.

I would buy the ticket now.

Re: Paris To London

by GrumpyDiver

Ditto with previous answer. You are more likely to get stuck without a ticket at all. Things tend to get more expensive the longer you wait, and the price looks quite reasonable.

Re: Paris To London

by leics

No cheaper fares than the ones quoted when you first look.

Fares are offered 120 days in advance and the cheapest ones soon sell out. You are already well into that 120 day 'booking window'.

The 1213 is one of the more popular departures. You may find a cheaper fare on one of the earlier or later trains for that date.

Re: Paris To London

by qzaman

I agree with Leics
If you could leave very early or later in the evening
you may find a fare cheaper than that
Otherwise, grab it if you still can

Travel Tips for Paris

Lots of cool stuf in the...

by Los

Lots of cool stuf in the vacinity too. Versailles is awesome and many other smaller palaces and chateaus are really cool. Check out a small town or two. In paris take the boat ride on the Seine from right around Notre Dame. Beneath Notre Dame was a really cool archaeological dig that is worth checking out.

from Montparnasse to Luxembourg

by sachara

When I am in Paris I walk as much as possible. After visiting the cemetery Mont Parnasse I decided to walk back to the Seine, visiting the Jardin Luxembourg on my way.

I crossed the place Denfert-Rochereau (a French commander during the Siege of Belfort in the Franco-Prussian War) at the intersection of boulevards Raspail, Saint-Jacques, and avenues Denfert-Rochereau and some other avenues. The Place is dominated by a copy of the statue of the Lion of Belfort (the original is in Belfort). See picture 1.

At the intersection of the Boulevard Montparnasse/ Boulevard de Port Royal stands a statue of Francis Carnier (picture 2). From here along the Avenue de Observatoire you have allready a great view at the Jardin en Palais Luxembourg in the north (picture 3).

Looking back to the south along the same axis you see the Observatoire de Paris (picture 4), the foremost astronomical observatory of France and one of the largest astronomical centers in the world.

At the beginning of the Jardins Marco Polo and Cavalier de la Salle wich are connected with the Jardin de Luxembourg along the axis of the Avenue de Observatoire is located the impressive Fountain de Observatoire with bronze horses (picture 5). Walking through the city and discovering something new at every corner.

-The places, windows and doors...

by MVMT

-The places, windows and doors take another meaning when thinking that there they worked or they lived Victor Hugo and Alexander Dumas-
In Paris, life is everywhere and so is the fiction. In order to confirm it, it is enough to raise the head in any street and watch some of the boards that remember where some author lived or what seat was the scene of some famous text.
These boards, omnipresent, help me to get through the anonymity of the facades. The windows and the doors take another meaning immediately, the words seem to take flight and Literature is materialized in something more than books.
Some of those houses were transformed into museums, like that in which Victor Hugo, the writer of The Hunchback of Notre-Dame lived, in a corner of Place des Vosges at number 6 (ph. 33 01 42 72 10 16).
Place des Vosges lies in the heart of the fashionable Marais district, not far from the new Bastille opera. King Henri IV decided its construction at the beginning of the 17th century. It has a brick and stone architecture unique in Paris and also features an homogeneous square design and lovely arcades. One of my favorite things is the peaceful and refreshing garden featured over there. It is a good starting point for a visit to the Marais district or shopping in the rue des Françs-Bourgeois near-by.
Place des Vosges is close to the metro station Saint-Paul on line 1. It can also be reached on foot from the Pompidou center (15 minutes), the Bastille Opera (10 minutes) or the Notre-Dame cathedral (20 minutes), all of them very pleasant walks. Montmartre was incredible. I just love it (see Activities you must)
Strolling by the rue Rivoli....stop at Galignani (a lovely bookstore where you can spend hours...have a quick lunch or TEA at Angelina...and stroll by Rue de Saint Honorte which will take you to the lovely Place Vendome...Can t wait to be there again. =)

A nice leisurely meal

by KirstenL4W

One thing I noticed about France in general was that they linger over their food. Eating is not just a means of nourishment, the French enjoy their food and enjoy the social time that meals afford them. Being American, I am used to quick service - I can go out with my friends and be in and out of a restaurant in an hour, but that just doesn't happen in Paris. When you go out to eat, expect to sit there for awhile, enjoying your food, enjoying the company, and enjoying life. If you want something quick, go to McDonalds, but it is better to not rush and do it the French way.

Wedding pictures

by Rupanworld

While walking around the place de la Concorde, I came across a very unique experience and still find it hard to believe. There were many chinese couples in their wedding attires running about the area, getting wet in the rain and taking photos. Everybody was curious and so was I. I could not help asking one couple. I learnt that they were 32 newly wed couples from China who were (for some reason whatsoever) in Paris to take their wedding pictures. Seemed bizarre to me. But despite the irritating rain and the beautiful wediing gowns getting stained with mud, the couples seemed lost in their photoshoots. A bizarre memory from the city. But then I came across a similar incident during my tour to Barcelona.

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