14 Apr 2020

Nice Vacation Rental


Rue Quincampoix is a one-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Le Marais. On the sitting room’s mezzanine, you’ll find another sumptuous bed, making the office the comfortable quarters for a third guest. Every room in this opulent 17th-century home has been furnished with a wealth of museum-worthy antiques and artworks carefully chosen by its discerning designers. From the sitting room’s original fireplace and Italian Renaissance paintings to the contemporary Shen Wei piece that hangs above the master bed, you’ll discover many unique treasures here. Even the bathrooms are an Ottoman-inspired dream. Rue Quincampoix is beautifully situated too – on one of the oldest streets in Paris, close to all the city’s sights and just a two-minute walk from Rambuteau metro station.

For rent at only $675 a night. Here.

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Fusil Darne

When I rent a flat with a fireplace, I always burn a tire in it.


$675 a night, let me check my savings account balance. Yeah, right! My wife and I travel a lot in the good weather part of the year but we sleep in a little travel trailer in off road spots and rest areas and some national and state parks. Not counting gas we spend less than $10 a day/night on average. Couldn’t do it if we were paying the going rate for a motel. Not complaining. We have visited and hiked in some beautiful little known places out here in the West. Even in national parks where there might be 10,000 people staying there and another couple of thousand day trippers in tourist busses we are able to take long and scenic hikes and not see anyone, usually. I actually feel sorry for those folks spending $150 a night for a room and another $150 or so for a day tour trip.

Still, I do keep my eyes open for a deal to Hawaii or Europe when I can find it. Ireland is where I’m looking now (but have to wait until this Corona thing is done). But even then a lot of my trips cost less in total for plane and room than $675.


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