From London (Eurostar): Long Weekend (Friday - Sunday) in Paris 18-20 August just £110pp @ booking.com total for 2
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From London (Eurostar): Long Weekend (Friday - Sunday) in Paris 18-20 August just £110pp @ booking.com total for 2

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Found 4th Jun
This is a lovely little weekend break to Paris in August 18-20th, so Friday to Sunday. It's using the Eurostar so great for those in London or easily and cheaply available to connect up to London using the trains, for example Virgin and London Midland have some great early bird offers for London fares. You can adjust the timing of the Eurostar train if you want to leave earlier or later too!

You will stay at the centrally located Ibis

tripadvisor.co.uk/Hot…tml which places you walking distance to many attractions or the metro is close by for ease too if you don't want to walk too much. Last time I went to Paris in August it was so so hot, don't forget suncream and enjoy a picnic with some bread, cheese and wine in the evening nr the tower.

Book 2 nights in the hotel on booking.com £104

Book train for two on eurostar.com £116

Total £220/£110pp

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Original Poster

sinxa

Not going anywhere with all these terrorist plots, fk that. Stay put



​It could happen anywhere. A terror attack could happen whilst on the bus, train, tube, shopping or at work, as well as on holiday. Nothing will stop me from travelling and I'm going to Jordan in October.

nexus76

long weekend?2 days?



It's Friday, Saturday and Sunday. A weekend is Saturday and Sunday so yes, this is a long weekend.

sinxa

Not going anywhere with all these terrorist plots, fk that. Stay put



​Greater likelihood of you getting run over by a drunk driver....
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long weekend?2 days?
Edited by: "nexus76" 4th Jun

nexus76

long weekend?2 days?



It's Friday, Saturday and Sunday. A weekend is Saturday and Sunday so yes, this is a long weekend.

Original Poster

I've amended the title so it is clear it is Friday til Sunday. Depending on exactly which Friday train you take, you will probably arrive in Paris Friday lunch. You then have the reminder of Friday, all day on Saturday and Sunday until you leave which depends on the time of the train you take back.

mtuk1

It's Friday, Saturday and Sunday. A weekend is Saturday and Sunday so … It's Friday, Saturday and Sunday. A weekend is Saturday and Sunday so yes, this is a long weekend.



​Well technically the new week starts on Sunday and it doesn't state staying Sunday nite which would make it along weekend.
Edited by: "nexus76" 4th Jun

Not going anywhere with all these terrorist plots, fk that. Stay put

Original Poster

sinxa

Not going anywhere with all these terrorist plots, fk that. Stay put



​It could happen anywhere. A terror attack could happen whilst on the bus, train, tube, shopping or at work, as well as on holiday. Nothing will stop me from travelling and I'm going to Jordan in October.

sinxa

Not going anywhere with all these terrorist plots, fk that. Stay put



​Greater likelihood of you getting run over by a drunk driver....

Thank you for posting this, very tempted!

Paris air quality is very poor, all those diesel french cars

Original Poster

lazyboy

Thank you for posting this, very tempted!



​No problem, enjoy! I love the Eurostar, so much easier than the Paris airports.

Thank you. Booked a room at cheap hotel in central Paris.

Thank you! That hotel is now more expensive, but I just got the ibis Paris Bastille Opera 11th for £110, direct with Ibis.
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