Can you say, “temps de vacances?” If not, brush up on your French, and then get ready for a rendezvous in Paris. However, if you’d rather spend your vacation running with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, you may want to add “ay, caramba” to your vocabulary.
The Molitor Paris opened in 1929, for 60 years Molitor was the most popular swimming baths in paris – with its two pools, its galas and its avant-garde ambience. After 25 years, now reopens its doors (Molitor was closed in 1989, after the city of Paris decided to replace it with a new housing development) in the form of a luxury trendy hotel-club.
In 1900, Paris was playing host to the World’s Fair. Because of the importance of the event, the city undertook a number of building projects which included the construction of the Pont Alexandre III, the Grand Palais and the smaller but similar Petit Palais.
Exploring the City of Lights
Whether this is your first visit to Paris or your tenth, the sights and sounds of this magical city never get old. Here are the top 10 things to do, even if you’ve done them before:
Europe is one of the most beautiful continents in the world. Many of the European countries are rich in tradition and culture. A traveler vacationing in any of the European cities would have a bewildering array of cultures and scenic. Here is a list of cities in no particular order that you should vist.
Have you ever dreamt of visiting any of your favorite places? Most often, you will hear these words from your friends, family members or any others. Every one of us desire to visit our favorite places in our lifetime. It is the dream of every human being.
The Peninsula Hotels makes its grand entrance into Europe with The Peninsula Paris, setting new standards in design, luxury and comfort. The latest chapter of Peninsula excellence brings an unprecedented new level of distinction to the City of Light.