Hotel Campanile Creteil Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Early wake up to get showered and walk over to Notre Dame for 8:30 mass in French. I've been to Notre Dame but not inside, the mass was wonderful, the acoustics were obviously incredible! After mass we walked around the inside and then over to the "bird" market that is on a nearby square. Pretty interesting to see, all kinds of birds and pet supplies for sale. Now we were hungry so we checked out the bakery about one block ...
... it seems we've been on his trail. In Oberammergau I visited a large monument that Ludwig II built for the town. It was a massive crucifix which looks over the town and although it was not really my thing it was pretty impressive. But not nearly as impressive as his summer palace that we discovered just up the road at Lindenhof. Schloss (Castle) Linderhof is quite small in comparison to some of the palaces we've seen but it makes up ...
... mind boggling. The Tour de France raced by the Eiffel Tour while I was up there and I caught it by surprise.
I descended the tower by stairs to get the full experience. I hung around the first level a bit then proceeded all the way down. I only had to stop and wait a few times going down for the Asian tourists who like to pose in front of everything and have people snap their pictures, whether it is in front of a famous painting or going down the narrow ...
... found our bed and breakfast at last. It's beautiful, and we showered then set to work rearranging our gear. We now have our packs set up to hike, I washed my socks and travel clothes in the sink, and we have what we don't need in the rolling bags to be sent ahead to Burgos. We went into the village for a stroll and I bought our shells. We ate a pilgrim's meal at Chez Eduardo's - soup, fried chicken, French fries and cake. ...
What a great experience it was today! After a bit of a hiccup with the tickets for the 'hop on, hop off' bus we finally made our way around what could be called the main route for sight seers in Paris. It was absolutely history overload with our earphones plugged in to all the information offered by the tour guide. From The Louvre to Notre-Dame ...