Jeff Hotel- Paris

53 Rue Richer, 9th Arr., Paris, 75009, France
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Left locker in Gare d'Austerlitz

by Mobleydcat

Does Gare d'Austerlitz have left lockers? I need to leave my baggage for few hours, I am planning to see Versailles before I board the night train from Paris to Barcelona.

TIA

Re: Left locker in Gare d'Austerlitz

by leics

According to the official Paris tourist info site, yes:

http://en.parisinfo.com/paris-map/arrivals-departures/by-train/guide/by-train_gare-d-austerlitz

The rather good http://www.seat61.com/Paris-metro.htm adds:

>there are left luggage lockers ('Consigne automatique' in French, but signs are also in English) at the Gare du Nord, Gare de Lyon and Gare d'Austerlitz. Expect to have your bags X-rayed before entering the locker area. Small, medium and large size lockers cost 4.50, 7.00 and 9.50 euros for 24 hours. A medium locker will take one backpack or small suitcase, a large locker will take two backpacks or larger suitcases.<

Re: Left locker in Gare d'Austerlitz

by adelinemmc

Be aware that the facility is manned & you'll have to have your bags go through an x-ray machine. Medium size lockers were enough for 2 60L rucksacks.

A

Travel Tips for Paris

You must go and see Notre...

by Tobin

You must go and see Notre Dame. That place is a marvel to the eyes. Make sure you keep your voices down, but have a good time.
Also, take the boat tour. It's worth it. Another good thing you must do is get a crape. Mmmmmm, tasty. My fondest memory would have to be finally being able to read the menus. I finally got what I wanted.

Guimard & Early 20C Architecture (Art Nouveau)(1)

by hquittner

These monuments to the talent of Hector Guimard (1867-1942) are all over Paris. He was awarded the contract to create the surface entries to the Metro after NOT entering the design competition! Art Nouveau was the rage all over Europe and Paris architects were part of the scene. 86 of these cast-iron beauties are still in place. The most complete two are at the Abbesses (near Montmartre) station (the other at Porte-Dauphine) for which I have no pictures. Some are destroyed and others are in museums. This one is at the station at the center of the Ile de la Cite. If you look carefully you may even find his furniture in museums. As to his buildings there are a whole cluster of them in the western part of the 16th Arr. (near the metro Chandon-Lagache). I have not gone there. How many of these structure have you stopped to admire?

Tipping the Chambermaid

by BeatChick

If you're worried about the tipping, please be advised that the rule of thumb for tipping the chambermaid is to leave 1€-2€/day at the hotel which may be given each day or as a lump sum at the end of the stay. Some feel that tipping each day ensures excellent service such as clean, fresh towels or extra shower gel & soap. I usually, though, just leave the sum at the end of the trip on my pillow or on the desk.

Even this trip, staying at a budget hotel that was only 41€/night, I made sure to leave 2€/day.

Photo: March 2001

I can't stress this enough but...

by BlkSnowBunny

I can't stress this enough but LEARN THE LANGUAGE...At least make an attempt. My brother went to Paris several years before me and had a horrible experience because he didn't know a lick of French and felt like an idiot.

My experience on the other hand was wonderful (as a fluent speaker of French). I look forward to going back. I noticed people were more polite, curious, and eager to help me. (I was also told that was the case because I'm female, hehe).

meet Donald Duck

by ardnas67

Our second visite on Disneyland in Paris. A few new attractions, and still very nice for a day or three. One day in the studios, one day in the Disneyworld and the last day to go what you want to see or do again.

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Address: 53 Rue Richer, 9th Arr., Paris, 75009, France