Camping du Bois de Boulogne
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August 3rd - Another lovely day, temperatures are a bit cooler only 26C and at last I got to see Paris. We took the bus from the campsite to Porte Maillot where we took the metro for the two stops to the Arc de Triomphe.
We had to wait 45 minutes in the tunnel to get tickets to the top but it was worth it for the stunning 360 degree …
... before bed. Things of Note: - Our tour guide explained that whisky from Scotland is spelt with no "E" and Irish whiskey is spelt like this. - She also explained the two flags of Scotland. There is the national one (navy and white) and yellow with red lion (meaning royalty are inside if flying above building, such as Edinburgh Castle). This marks the end of this blog, as tomorrow I start my three week journey around Scandinavia and Spain with my dad. Thanks again for reading and stay ...
... have the best time of the trip so far.
Daryl and I will be wined at the Asia/Pacific Bonus Awards reception, then onto the red carpet and Mark Hughes Award Ceremony.
Phoebe asked me today if I was excited about the Herbalife event, but to be honest, we haven't had time for anything else except thinking about what we are going to do that day.... so we will leave the excitement until tomorrow!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamping du Bois de Boulogne Paris
Very expensive campsite but it is central Paris and nothing here is cheap. Toilets were reasonably clean and the female staff were attentive and helpful, the male staff appeared not to do anything in the 3 days we were there.
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