Campanile Cergy Pontoise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We nearly died today. But I'll get back to that. Our plan had been to make the market our first stop today. Last year when Mum and I were here, there had been a big market at the metro station over the road on the Sunday morning. I thought we could go over and get some bread, cheese and some strawberries and peaches and we could have a picnic in the Parc du Champ de Mars in front of the Eiffel Tower tonight. But when I woke up, I couldn't hear a sound. ...
... working our way through the pastries. Unfortunately, we have to have a baquette with fromache and jambon most days.
Our first day, we were on the Hop On Hop Off open topped bus (a requirement in every city). Great way to look around, followed by a Seine River Cruise. Another day we wandered over one of Paris' many beautiful bridges and down a small lane and found a crepe cafe, what luck .... mmmmm. We swished our ...
... to watch). Needless to say, whilst feeling utterly helpless being unable to do anything, we decided to stay on the bus. We took the bus back to Madeleine where we jumped off and hopped onto our now familiar Paris route (which coincidentally is the bus I'm on now). Despite the unpleasantness of the afternoon today was beautiful in weather and the city is just spectacular in the sunshine. This morning we went up to the Eiffel this time with the girls where ...
... was still cold and overcast and after lining up for 20 minutes or so we were off into the lift stopping at the first floor which was 200 feet from the ground. The views were pretty amazing form this level but I new that it would be much better at the top, so trying not to think too much about it we got into the lift and up we go, you could see out quite well and this didn't help the nerves to good the knees were a little weak ...
... them - L'Open Tour
7 hours later we had done all 4 bus routes. We did stop for lunch - the weather was pleasant and we saw so much and it gave us an idea of what we wanted to see in the days ahead.
We stopped for lunch near Notre Dame but lunched on the mainland at Le Latin St Jacques where had an assortment of
4 entrees Duck Salad wirh fruits
Duck Foie Gras with fig jam