Campanile Bussy Saint-Georges
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and did some window shopping. Beth really liked an Eiffel Tower decorated like Disney but we suggested she wait until we were in Paris to see if she found one there she liked and for less money. We headed to Disney Studios first and went straight to the Aerosmith Rockin Roller Coaster ride. Only a short wait later, we were on. The idea is they're redesigning the coaster in Orlando to make it better but the pre-ride piece is lame ...
... iconic landmark. The 360 degree view of the city was amazing and the fact that I had to keep telling myself that I am in fact here, tell you how surreal it was. We spend some time wandering around and reading the fun facts as we go before we finally decide to head back down for some food, but of course we get distracted and take more photoshoots. We spend the afternoon walking around the city trying to take it all in. We saw the National Army ...
... we discovered the Latin Quarter, our next destination, wasn't far away, so we decided to walk rather than get the metro. On the way we stumbled across Shakespeare and Company bookshop. This is the most famous bookshop in Paris and has many English language books. However, we didn't go in because there was a big line just to get inside. I found Boulevard Saint Germain, the street we were after, and nothing there looked familiar. We turned left, as ...
... taxi picked us up so we went to 'Les Halles' the produce market - cheese, fruit, patisserie, meat etc We did a little more wondering around the town and some shopping then headed back to the hotel to wait for the taxi. The TGV was super crowded. We had booked seats but there was no room for luggage. We had to lift them into the over head racks and then battle them out again 3 hours later at Marne-la-vallee. We caught the Disney shuttle to the New York Hotel, checked in ...
... that Stuart couldn't understand. Great experience and love the cut. We head off to the Louve, stopping along the way to pick up fruit and nuts. Fruit is very expensive here, punnet of strawberries are 10 euro . While walking we come across an artist and purchase a few pencil drawings. As we get closer to the Louve we come upon Pont des Arts bridge. We put our love lock on and throw our keys into the Seine river. Stephen Hurley, the story goes in Paris, a couple ...