La Villa Paris

33 rue de la Fontaine a Mulard, Paris, 75013, France
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Forum Posts

Best Shuttle company ??

by yorkshire1

Hi Does anyone have any experiences of the shuttle companies you can book from CDG Airport to Paris around 18 euros each way??

Cheers

Re: Best Shuttle company ??

by leanneedwards

I always take the Roissy bus from door #9 and it drops you off right beside the Opera.. about 8 Euros..
I also booked a shuttle from Paris to Orly just went on line and checked them out it worked out fine I think it was Yellow Bus I will look back to see..it was also very early in the morning... around 5:30.. they require a number to call but by email I organized that we would be waiting 40 minutes early just in case they had others to pick up... as no time is definate..

Re: Best Shuttle company ??

by enjey

I tried Airfrance bus, it was more or less 11 euros(cant remember exact price). We got off at the bus station near Arc de Triumphe.

Re: Best Shuttle company ??

by Beausoleil

Hi. We usually take the RER but if we have an early or late flight, we always use the Blue Shuttle and it has never failed us. http://www.paris-blue-airport-shuttle.fr/prices_en.php

You have a choice of going with enough people to make 8 or to book the shuttle by yourself. It's cheaper to go with the group. There is plenty of room; they take you directly to your hotel; you get a small sightseeing tour as they drop folks off at their hotels. 8^)

Enjoy your trip.

Travel Tips for Paris

Walk down the streets, enjoy...

by zumodemango

Walk down the streets, enjoy the gardens, have a coffee, visit the museums: Louvre, D'Orsay, Picasso... Go to Montmartre, Les Marais and Quartier Latin. Visit the cementeries and of course see Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower. A beatiful city but full of history and life. I really enjoyed Paris with my friends and I would like to come back one day.

Dusk settles in at the Tuilleries

by morgane1692

first of all, stay in a hotel in the 1st arr, near the Louvre and the Tuilleries Gardens. Then be walking back to your place just as the waning sun is casting its last golden pinky rays across the *ciel*...the resulting display of painterly colors behind the Tuilleries ferris wheel...aaaah, can one describe this as *romantic*? I think so...

Attend A Church Service

by CALSF

We were walking on rue Bellechasse and then turned down a few side streets. Unbeknownst to us at the time there is a beautiful church called St. Clotilde on rue St. Dominique.

We opened the door and mass was just beginning. Before we could close it a little neigborhood boy rushed in with his scooter. Apparently he was in a hurry to get there. Not sure where his parents were, but he wanted to attend the mass.

My French is pathetic, to say...

by imho

My French is pathetic, to say the least. But it got me through both Geneva and Paris, so I guess the standard advice would be to attempt to speak the language even if you can only manage to squeak out 'Bonjour' or 'Merci.' (I couldnt even manage Je ne parle pas le francais) I found that a little effort went a long, long way, and my feeble attempts put me in good graces (even with the notoriously snobbish Parisians). The only problem is when they start talking back at you in machine-gun French...(but then again, once you've made the initial effort, they'll be glad to oblige you in English).

QUARTIER DENFERT ROCHEREAU

by ForestqueenNYC

This is my neighborhood. I have lived here off and off for almost two years. I love it. It is named after General Pierre Denfert-Rochereau of the 19th century, who, during the Franco-Prussian war, led the resistance of Belfort against the seige. Prior to the present name, it was, coincidentally, called Place d'Enfer. The place is easily recognizable by the giant Lion of Belfort in the center, a copy of the one in Belfort.

A friend, who has lived in this quartier for many years, told me that it was at one time a working class neighborhood, but now it is being elevated and the rent for a five bedroom apartment in a Hausemann style building goes for about $4000 a month and that's without a doorman.

Though it seems out of the way, it really is not. It is directly out Blvd St. Michele past Jardin du Luxembourg and Porte Royal. You can actually walk there from Notre Dame. I have done it many times. But if you don't feel like walking, take the RER B, or subway lines 4 and 6. You can also get bus #38 or #68. It would be a very lovely place to stay for your time in Paris. It is away from the hordes of tourists in an actual neighborhood. You will be able to mingle peacefully among the Parisians. It is quiet at night and lively during the day. There is a wonderful street called Rue Daguerre with fromageries, wine caves, boucheries, as well as quite a few brasseries, cafés and restaurants. And then of course there is MacDonalds.

When you see the Lion you will know you are there

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