Residing in a former rail station alongside the stunning River Seine, the Musée d’Orsay is home to many noteworthy paintings, sculptures and photography pieces from the short-lived artistic flourish between 1848 - 1915. Works found in the museum include those of famous Parisian residents such as Cézanne, Degas, Monet, Renoir, and Van Gogh, just to name a few. Complete with a glass-domed roof, ceiling rosettes and a glass walkway, this architectural delight boasts three floors and covers a range of artistic themes, techniques and styles. Once a hub for rail transport, the Orsay now transports guests back in time, all the way to one of the most enchanting and prominent periods in art history.
Accessible only by boat or strenuous hike, these hostels fall far beyond the typical tourist's radar.
The isango! gang was lucky enough to travel all the way to India for this year's offsite.
Disneyland Paris's 25th anniversary calls for a damn good party.
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