Hotel de Lorraine

3 rue d'Alsace, Paris, 75010, France
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London To Paris

by brotherjo

Hi there Vters,

Can you help me with these few questions?

1. What is the Cost to Paris from London by the Eurostar.

2. After arriving at the Paris Station, what is the best way to go to a hostel or hotel?

3. Can you suggest me any good hostel or budget hotel?

4. I need to stay in a place where most of the monuments and sightseeing places are nearby.

5. Anybody willing to share accomodation? In that case we can take a hotel.

Cheers
Jon

RE: London To Paris

by qaminari

1. http://www.eurostar.com/UK/uk/leisure/travel_information/before_you_go/fares/london_ashford_to_paris.jsp
2. It depends on whereabouts in Paris you have to go, but normally metro from Gare du Nord is fastest and cheapest, although personally I prefer to take buses.
3. Given your other question about travelling to Frankfurt, you might as well stay near the Gare du Nord/Gare de l'Est e.g. Hotel de Lorraine, see http://www.hostelsweb.com/cities/paris.html
4. This isn't possible - you could hardly be simultaneously next to the Eiffel Tower and the Sacré Coeur, for instance! You could try narrowing down exactly what you want to see, but anyway, you can get everywhere in Paris by metro.

RE: London To Paris

by bistro76

I took the Eurostar from london to paris back in March. My girlfriend got a 40 pounds price one way because she was 25 and a student. I am 30 and the guy at the counter said it would be about 150 pounds one-way. That was the trick! The guy at the counter also told us (I dont think he was suppose to tell us) that I could buy a round trip ticket for about 60 pounds and not use the return! He saved us alot of money!

Travel Tips for Paris

Apart walking on...

by aramas

Apart walking on Champs-Elysees and visiting Louvre etc. there are less famous things in Paris to do.
For example clubbing in Bastille. Take the metro and get off on metro 'Bastille'. You will see a lot of nice pubs and restaurants and also few discotheques. It's a place where young people meet and have fun. There is also a very good sushi restaurant there. I don't know the name but you cannot miss it since it's the only one. Those narrow streets in the heart of Paris ( in Marais or St Germain) with tiny cafés. Where you can sit outside on a sunny weather and watch at the people walking.

The Bastille


You'll find...

by benzerga

The Bastille


You'll find art galleries clustered around rues Keller, Tamandiers and the adjoining stretch of rue de Charonne. And, on rue de Lappe, a very Parisian tradition : the 'bals musettes', or dance halls of the1930s 'gai Paris', frequented between the wars by Piaf, Jean Gabin and Rita Hayworth.

Pont Neuf

by GUYON

Inaugurated in 1578, the New Bridge is the oldest one of Paris.
During the 17e century, a song told : "on the Pont Neuf, one is sure to meet at any hour a monk, a white horse and a prostitute".
Now you are sure to meet in this place a tourist, a backpacker and a police agent.

The semi-round spaces with a bank which are on the parapets of each sides, are initially made for the street vendors. Now they are an ideal rest place for the tired tourists or for the lovers looking for a romantic site. On the picture, in the far, there is the department store La Samaritaine, of which moto was "on trouve tout a la Samaritaine" (one finds everything at the Samaritaine). It is false, of course.

The name Samaritaine which comes from the Gospel, was initially given to a pump which was there to take out the water of Seine.

Now the water pump is replaced by a money pump.

To Live In Paris

by lmkluque

Getting to Avenue Jean Lolive from rue Victor Hugo, to the Metro which goes to the center of Paris in just a few minutes.

The portion of rue Victor Hugo I stayed at was located just on the outskirts of Paris, and a typical residential street. The buildings were old, weather worn and reminiscent of old black and white movies taking place in the 1700's or 1800's. A pretty dreary neighborhood until you enter the striking opulence of the residence. What a revelation it was to discover the hidden beauty of Paris as well as the obvious beauty.

Rare and Used Book Market

by engeluna

Right around the corner from our hotel was a rare and used book market open on Saturdays and Sundays. My sister found an old leather bound hymnal dating back to the turn of the century. I came across many of the most interesting book covers but ended up buying only one, a '70s french thriller novel which is now on display in my house.

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 Hotel de Lorraine

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Address: 3 rue d'Alsace, Paris, 75010, France