accomodations in paris

Thursday, March 22, 2012

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each of the few visits i’ve made to paris have been uniquely memorable in their own way.  i don’t know if i could pinpoint which trip stands out as my very favorite, but i have to say that paris with my family wins in the lodging department.  i’d stay here (or a place like this) again in a heartbeat;  having a homey environment to come home to after a long, tiring day of walking and sight-seeing is such a relaxing feeling.  plus, it was next to the moulin rouge!  we never bumped into ewan mcgregor, though.  not sure why….

16 comments:

Brissa said...

i would have been singing the elephant love medley every.night if i stayed there.

Nikskie said...

i could stay there for life!

brittany said...

i think i need to go to france!

Christina of Red Lip Gloss said...

Oh, I'm so jealous of your trip!!! Can I just say that this type of lodging is definitely up my alley as well

xo

Jan said...

They have the best ice cream in America there!!!

Lottie said...

That place looks amazing!

And why are Paris hotels so expensive? I don't understand why.

Kim said...

Jenni - I saw The Hunger Games movie a few days ago, is it not out in the US yet? There were about a dozen American teenagers sitting near us in the theatre (in Brussels). Can't wait to hear your opinion :)

Simona said...

Great blog darling!:)
Simona
www.simimaus.blogspot.com

Christi Lynn said...

oh i love it! I cannot wait to go to europe!!

Jo said...

Gah, that place... amazing! Looks like an absolutely beautiful place to stay and next to the Moulin Rouge?! SO. JEALOUS. (But in a good way of course!)

LeSueurs said...

I am so jealous! I want to go to Paris. How fun!

Sarah said...

Paris is one of my favorite places ever! I love the pictures you took!

Whitney said...

great pics! they're beautiful!

Jenni Austria Germany said...

@kim

I haven't seen it yet. Maybe next weekend!

dreaming en francais said...

Beautiful photos.. you're making me miss Paris now!! I definitely love staying in more homey, picturesque little places rather than big chain hotels when I'm traveling, especially in Europe. Lovely blog! xo

http://dreamingenfrancais.blogspot.com/

Alex Butts said...

Montemarte is definitely my favorite part of Paris!