Sport Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

258, avenue Daumesnil, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France

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  • Travel Greece


    It’s quite an amazing tour. I never thought that you could do so much in a single day even though you’re out in a foreign yet majestic land such as Greece. Thanks to Peter, our tour to Greece was full of excitement, I never thought we’d be able to visit and thoroughly enjoy all those places in just 12 days!

    I have to admit that at first I was a bit hesitant at the thought of combining fitness with touring. After all, the thing about going out on a tour in a land far away from home is to experience a whole new world of wonders where you’ll be able to personally experience a piece of history and relax at the same time.

    But Peter Pappas’ whole new, out of the box way of showing the world to tourists simply blew me away!

    I’ve been to lots of places before, but I must say my tour with Peter really takes the cake. In the past, when I’m out backpacking in a foreign country, I normally start my day with nothing much in my mind but to “see” new places.

    With Peter, all the conventional mindset that I’ve had when seeing new places got thrown out of the window. I’ve found out that nothing beats starting the day with a great workout before heading to see what majestic Greece has to offer.

    I highly recommend touring to Greece, but only tour with Peter.

    Unique Quality: Food, great views, good accommodation

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Paris Airport & others

by tapuya

As I understand that the one way charges for Paris city center to CDG Airport is Euro 8.55 and for Disneyland (Marne La Valle) Euro 6.55 per person, Is that same for children (Below 11 years) or any discount is available (just like Paris Visite) ?

Will it be possible to travel with kids & Luggage from Charenton to CDG Airport or a Shuttle bus is advisable ?

Further is unutilised tickets from the Carnet of 10 refundable ?

Many thanx for all your advices.

Re: Paris Airport & others

by Beausoleil

July 2, 2010 ticket prices went up to 12 euros for a carnet of 10. Children under 4 ride free. From age 4 to 10 it is half price, i.e. 6 euros for a carnet of 10 tickets. Info at

No, the carnet tickets are not refundable. However, they are good forever so save them and use them on your next trip. Having said that, we always give our extras to hotel staff who always appreciate them. We ask if they want them or know someone who could use them and have never been refused. We don't consider this a tip, just know we'd probably lose them before we return so why not let someone use them. Just a thought.

If I had children and luggage, I'd take a shuttle. Yes, you can go on the Metro, but you have to change lines at Bastille and Chatelet-les-Halles so you will be going up and down stairs trying to follow the signs and fight the crowds. That's difficult with children, especially under the age of 11. Your choice, but I'd take the shuttle at least until they are teenagers.

Re: Paris Airport & others

by cochinjew

As mentioned, all prices on buses, metro and RER has gone up this week. Paris metro is truly not user friendly if you have luggage: first of all some of the RER to Metro and vv transfers involve changes of floors and many times elevators are absent and the escalators are absent or not working. and getting the luggage through the tills even though at some stations, there are special latches but you have to find a person to open it for you.
All in all, with luggage and children, Paris system is a little difficult.
Shuttle Bus from Hotel to your terminal or if you are anywhere near: porte maillott cdg etoille opera there are buses that go directly to CDG.

Travel Tips for Paris

The Big Line of Paris

by Pieter11

If you want to have a little bit of structure in your visit of Paris, The Big Line of Paris is a wonderfuil guideline. When you look at a map of the city you see a straight line of several km´s going all the way from the Louvre up to La Défense. Metroline no. 1 follows this line for a long time. The line guides you from The Louvre, through the Gardens of Tuileries to the Place de la Concorde (where you have a mighty sight over the city). From there over the Champs Elysees to the Arc the Triomphe and then all the way to La Défense with his Grande Arche.

Enjoy the sights and sound of...


Enjoy the sights and sound of Paris by night. Especially, the BATEAUX-MOUCHES night cruise down the RIVER SEINE, where you can view the spectecular and brightly lit buildings and monuments on both its banks. Indeed, it is aptly called the City of Lights.

Visit the royal palace of...

by lukec

Visit the royal palace of Louvre. The palace is impressive by itself, which is no wonder, since it was the seat of French throne until king Louis XIV. (also nicknamed the Solar king) moved it to Versailles, about 20 km to the SE of Paris. Nowdays Louvre is one of world's best known museums holding some exclusive exhibits, including Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo statue, works of Michelangelo and others.

Friendliness Through the Language

by endzoearth

The stereotype that many Americans have of the French is that they are "rude" or that they "hate Americans." The thing is, WE are the rude ones! This so-called "rudeness" of the French comes only in reaction to the rudeness of Americans who invade their country and expect everyone to wait on us hand and foot, all the while speaking to us in English, even though we are in THEIR country! Again, as mentioned in one of my other tips, you will be amazed if you seek to be a HUMBLE tourist and at least ATTEMPT to speak French, even broken French. They will adopt a completely different attitude toward you (a much more pleasant one). Give it a try, and see the difference!

Packing List

by Soozay

If you are arriving by plane or train, the best kind of bag to bring is one that you can either put on your back or one that you can wheel. There's quite a bit of walking as you leave the Charles de Gaulle airport, take the little mini bus, then approach the Roissy Rail to take you into Paris. Try to travel light and make sure that your backback is secure as there are potential pick pocketers that like to work in the metro. Paris is definitely a walking city. In the summer, make sure you wear a comfortable pair of shoes. I found that some of the streets are quite dusty so open toed shoes are probably not the best. Running shoes or a good pair of shoes with good support are good for walking on the city streets and balancing on some of the older cobble stoned streets. I didn't find bringing an umbrella useful because most of the days in July were nice. There's lots of little bookstores, cafes, bakeries, and museums to duck into if you run into the occasional rainshower. It's always good to pack a package of kleenex just in case the toilet you are using runs out of paper. For most of the public toilets in Paris, I have found that they usually have attendants there that will either ask you to pay something to use the bathroom or they will ensure there is paper in the stall. Most of the museums do not allow flash photography. I would suggest bringing an assortment of different speed film. For bright light you will want to use 100 or 200 ASA film. For some of the interior shots and some of the small alleyway shots, I would use a 400 ASA film. You might want to try some black and white as well because there are some really great stone buildings with lots of texture and grain.


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Address: 258, avenue Daumesnil, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France