Hotel Montana La Fayette

164, rue la Fayette, 10th Arr., Paris, 75010, France
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Forum Posts

Cacasonne

by PMCB

Can someone give me infor on Cacasonne? How to get there from Paris. We only have 3.5 days for touring,should we save our time for Paris? We'll be there Nov. 1-4.

Re: Cacasonne

by GrumpyDiver

I assume you mean Carcasonne - it's 400 miles / 600 km south of Paris. You would spend a good part of a day getting there and the same getting back. Driving time is about 8 hours each way.

With only 3-1/2 days - stick to Paris. You'll barely scratch the surface there.

Re: Cacasonne

by Beausoleil

Hi. I'd save the time for Paris. Carcassonne is very far south. The quickest train leaves from Gare Montparnasse and takes 5 hours. It would take longer to drive. The other trains all take more than 5 hours. That's a bit too long for a day trip.

There is so much to do and see in Paris; spend your time there and save Carcassonne for a future trip. It takes a full day to see all of Carcassonne and you would be sorry to have to rush back to catch your return train to Paris.

If you want to check the train connections, use http://www.voyages-sncf.com

Enjoy Paris.

Re: Cacasonne

by leics

Carcassonne is fascinating but much too far for a day visit from Paris. You will need an overnight stay.

If you only have 3.5 days altogether then you clearly need them all for Paris itself. But if by 'touring' you mean that these days are 'extra' then you might consider Carcassonne.

You can find train times, details and fares in French (easy to use) here:

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/billet-train/horaires

Do not choose the English language version, it will take you to Raileurope which is a ticketing agency. It does not list all departures and charges commission on fares. The journey takes 6.5+ hours and costs around 96 euro one-way.

Re: Cacasonne

by pfsmalo

On top of that 1st November is a bank holiday here, and as it's a Monday, that means long weekend = loads of people on the roads and perhaps fewer trains. So much to see and do in Paris and the region, not worth wasting almost two days in travelling.

Re: Carcassonne

by PMCB

Please excuse my misspelling.
Thank you to all that replied, I will take your suggestions.

Re: Cacasonne

by Beausoleil

Enjoy your trip.

Travel Tips for Paris

This is gooood...!

by Dee22

You will find them all around town. These small creperies they seem to be able to squeezn everywhere. And they are popular for a reason. These pancakes are a delicious and fast meal, whether you're going for lunch or just a sweet snack. Mostly you can choose from a wide selection of combinations, and make them add exstra stuff if you're willing to pay for it. You'll watch them prepare your pancake right in front of you so this is fresh-made, and the best thing is that many of these creperies are open late-night, so you'll be able to grab a snack on your way home from the local pub... :) My favorite combinations are pretty classic; Ham & cheese and the sweet nutella & banana

This is what happen in Louvre ..if

by kenyneo

Sorry sir , i cant resist butto take a picture of ya !

Well going to Louvre is about enjoying the work of art , but if you dont plan properly ..this will probably happen to you - sleeping inside Louvre or you will leave with the Stendhal syndrome - a term used for confused or rather bewildered tourist because of too much artistic stuff occupying their brain .

So do like keny does and you will leave Louvre with a smile on your face !

Luxenburg Garden. What a great...

by eladr

Luxenburg Garden. What a great garden... I think this picture say everything... i liked the most the fact that many chairs are spread in the garden and everyone can pick up his own chair. No benches required...

Musees

by djou_box

french museums are free on the first sunday of the month. So if you want to go to the louvre on this day, know that you'd better wake up early ! Haha !
KEEP IN MIND THAT MOST MUSEUMS ARE CLOSED ON TUESDAY
some museums are always free :
Paris 3?me :
:: Mus?e Carnavalet : Histoire de Paris
:: Mus?e Cognacq-Jay : 18?me si?cle
:: Maison des photographes :
121, rue Vieille-du-Temple m?tro Filles-du-Calvaire
Paris 4?me :
:: Maison de Victor Hugo: Place des Vosges
Paris 6?me :
:: Mus?e Ossip Zadkine : Sculpteur
:: Grilles du Jardin du Luxembourg (around le jardin du luxembourg, photographs exhibitions)
Paris 9?me :
:: Mus?e de la Vie Romantique :
H?tel Scheffer-Renan
Paris 15?me :
:: Mus?e Jean Moulin : Lib?ration de Paris
:: Mus?e Bourdelle : Sculpteur
Paris 16?me :
:: Mus?e d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
:: Maison de Balzac
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:: Les Journ?es europ?ennes du Patrimoine
le 3?me week-end de Septembre - on the 3rd week-end of septembre, museums and govornmental buildings are open to everyone !
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for very small budget, I've just found this web page that informs you of free ("gratuit") places... but what the hell are you doing in Paris if you don't have money ?!!!

The Love Chocolate Ink Please

by themagiclake

Oh you know how to add fantasies and love, and more craziness, every time of our meeting, I am crazy about you baby, crazy about your love, crazy about your craziness...
a tattoo on your skin to badge the adjective that you deserves.
And as it is a chocolate exotic ink, I like to write and draw more, and of course with a lot of mistakes, because the erasor is my tongue, and the black board is Mmmmmmmmmh you my love :-$

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