Camping International de Maisons-Laffitte
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsCamping International de Maisons-Laffitte Paris
This campsite is well placed for visiting central Paris. The RER station is a short walk from the site. The site has all of the facilities you would expect, and, they are all clean and well cared for. Some riverside pitches, with views of passing boats and barges. We would definitely use this site again.
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Before leaving Camping St Claire, we have a busy morning:
Me: Empty waste water, service toilet, half fill fresh water tank,
Kathleen: do her hair
I decide, in a moment of madness to set both satnavs for our destination. So, I have three women telling me what to do at every junction, roundabout and motorway exit, ie …
The weather at 9:00, cloud with sun breaking through, cool (15C), but, by 10:00, the cloud is clearing and we have 19C. A good day for city visiting.
We have a little plan, this involves a stroll down the Champs Elysees, visit Les Invalides, visit Tuileries Gardens and, find a Louis Vuitton shop, which Brian wishes to visit to treat …
Sunday 6th September 2015
I have been asked to include weather, so, for you you Doug, today, we have sun, with slight cloud cover. In the sun, it is pleasantly warm, a little chilly in the shade. The weather report says it is 20C. No rain. Quite a good day for exploring the city streets.
We take the RER into Paris, …
Overcast and cool, but, that is probably ideal for our planned visit to Montemartre area, Kathleen and Linda plan to visit the shops, myself and Brian plan to do anything but, visit the shops.
We take the ten minute walk from the Campsite to the RER station.
Purchase of our tickets, with the aid of Linda's excellent French is …
... as many of the Gothic ones are light. There are great heavy columns inside and out. There are large niches with massive facades for the statues of a series of saints. From memory they are Augustine, Clothilde, Vincent de Paul and Amelia(?) There are also statues of Jesus and another of Mary with an infant Jesus. A large one by the door is of John the Baptist baptising Jesus. A second statue of Mary, more modern and not as part of sequence is also in the ...