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Weekend in Paris - any ideas?

#1
We are thinking of going to Paris for a short break next month for our 20th :eek: wedding anniversary. We went there on our honeymoon all those years ago and haven't ever been back.

Does anyone have any recommendations/good ideas re travel packages, nice hotels, flying versus Eurostar etc?

Any advice welcome......thanks!
SM
 
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#2
Sorry I can not help you out:(

Would not mind going myself sometime:rolleyes:

Isobel was there lately and I am sure she could help you out and so was Isis!

How lovely to be going to the most romantic city in the world for your 20th Wedding Anniversary:)

Love Mini xxx
 
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#6
I have flown, gone by ferry and by eurostar. I can thoroughly recommend eurostar - pleasant, quick and relatively cheap. Lots of deals this time of year - 2 for 1 type thing.

Ooooo getting jealous now - I want to go back again! Absolutely adore Paris - been there about 10/15 times on trips.

Have a lovely time which ever way you go! Bon voyage!
 
#7
Hi Flirty,
Any websites you would recommend? Or do you normally book thru' an agent? If so, which?? I've never been on Eurostar and I quite fancy the idea. Any more tips would be very appreciated.

Hope you get to go again soon yourself!
SM
 
#8
I just got back from my honey moon in paris a couple of weeks ago.

We stayed in hotel innova its in pasteur and right opposite is a metro station and walking distance from las invalides, the eiffel tower and the river sein. I think you should fly, we did from scotland and it only took one hour 10min and ryan air have some amazing deals.
 


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