Hotel Campanile Creteil Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Another beautiful sunny day and yes boot camp again but not until 9am, 8 of us this morning and Sarah had put together an excellent circuit. A welcome breakfast and time to open presses! I was stunned by the most beautiful 110 diamond necklace rom Jeff, it is unbelievable. I am very spoilt! Kids bought me two hand bags, a small clutch snake skin evening bag and a small cream clutch. Sally Tony and Jenny also bought me a small black bag ...
... coffee. ( Chocolate milkshake for me.) Lovely waiter. He gave us directions and we were off. Moulin Rouge. And all the WONDERFUL shops of Montmartre. WE HAD A BALL. And, we spent a considerable amount of money. It was so much fun. Emily bought shoes. I bought the most beautiful leather satchel. We have a wonderful time in shops. We laugh and joke with the ladies in the shops. ( Emily asked what type of leather the shoes were made of. The young girl put ...
... what looked like the French canary wharf with sky scrapers of glass and steel, all very impressive except for one block of flats that looked like it had been made out of giant concrete Lego bricks that needed a good clean.
We hoped to find a quiet mooring for the night and catch up on some sleep "proper" and saw a lovely pontoon at Rueil-Malmaison. There were a couple of ...
... was a delight. The hyper-modern-industrial Pompidou Centre with its external coloured pipes and escalator tubes is surrounded on three sides by classical 18th century Parisian houses. On the fourth side butting up against a Gothic church there is a square with a pool and set of whimsical and humorous modern sculptures/fountains. The Pompidou has a great collection of modern art amongst which Kerrie and ...
... costing hundreds of dollars. Maybe one day we will be rich and back to shop for real! We walked through a horde of French military officers and came across this square where we sat determined to find our location on the map. We figured out the Louvre was to the left and the Eiffel tower was to the right. We strolled through the Tuileries Garden until we made it to the Louvre to catch the subway back home for dinner. Our feet were killing us and we were ...