Hotel Campanile Creteil Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Germain, and the Bastille. The patisseries and boulangeries in this area have the most beautifully crafted goodies, and it's hard not to stop at every one to gaze at the food! There are also exquisite chocolate shops on just about every street corner, but Garth won't let me stop at them every day, especially if I have already toured the patisseries! We spent our first few days here visiting some of the museums and sights on our 'to do' list. We revisited the Museum ...
... the train we filled in time by playing eye spy and 20 questions. Then before we new it the conducter said Bonjour and welcome to Paris. We then got off and got on another train that took us 4 stops till we had to get another one that would take us to our hotel. By the way Grandfather the announcement says mind the gap and keep clear of the doorways, not doors closing please stand ...
... the top of its own hill. We arrived at the metro stop near the bottom of the hill and were awestruck by the building. We began making our way up the veranda staircases on either side of the hill, but ended up stopping on the grass halfway to enjoy the picnic we had packed. It was a delightful lunch and the perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon. Montmartre wasn’t nearly as touristy as the sights we visited yesterday and there was something about being on a beautiful grassy hill ...
... I think he is getting a little homesick as the old building, creaky floors and "grandma furniture" along with a suspicious looking Russian man who could easily play a bad guy in any James Bond movie, has weirded him right out. Perhaps a little lunch was needed! We enjoyed a walk around the neighbourhood to a very busy, but satisfying Jewish restaurant. Pita, hummus and falafel are comfort food for ...
We started this day bright and early as we wanted to make sure we didn't get stuck in line at the Louvre. Daniel even got up and went for a morning run at 6:30 around the Eiffel Tower park. After grabbing a quick coffee and bite to eat, we took the Metro and walked straight into the museum. Because we were there so early, we had an entire wing of the Louvre completely to ourselves, which was so surreal. ...