Campanile Meaux Sud
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After breakfast we all walked to rue Montorgueil which is a permanent pedestrian/market street, Liv and Simon were looking for goodies to take back to Jakarta, I was looking for seafood for a mussel, clam and codfish chioppino, but being Monday, they were all closed so our plans changed to show them rue Bretagne which is a lovely produce street and where the Enfant Rouge Marché is. We ...
... wandered towards Sacre Coeur, had a coffee and headed off up the many steps, halfway up we thought it was time to get the Croque Monsieur/Madam out of our systems, whilst it was really nice, I think we can move on. We made it up to Sacre Coeur, a Romanesque-Byzantine church built after the Franco Prussian War and finally consecrated in 1919. It is grander on the outside than in, but attracts a constant crowd of tourists because of it's ...
... road on the footpath, choosing nice food (struggling through with high school French). Then a night walk to the tower and a couple of bridges. Planning a day in the city .. Don't know what lies in store, maybe some baguettes, cheese and tomato in a place somewhere. Ps. Sonja ran Hyde ...
... to stop us! After all the yelling and selling of the market we walked right onto the metro station we needs. The kids were very excited to go on the underground train and they did enjoy it. It has been a long time since Aaron and I were here. It I do notice a lot less beggars and gypsies at the stations then there was when we were here in the 3 ducks era. We got off at the Arc d'Triumphe and decided to go up even though there was a line, it it went very quickly and Ripley and ...
We have confirmed everything for Freiburg and saved hundreds of dollars. Fewf! We're really excited to see the Black Forest. After we confirmed our train and hotel (and cancelled everything in Arles) we celebrated with a beer on the Rue de la Montagne et St. Genevieve, in the shadow of the Pantheon and close to the Sorbonne. Then we went to Chez Hanna in the Marais for a delicious falafel!! After that we made our way to the Seine river for...you got it: more beer! This time, ...