Campanile Fontenay-Tresigny

114 Rue Bertaux, Fontenay-Tresigny, Île-de-France, 77610, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 114 Rue Bertaux, Fontenay-Tresigny.
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    Thursday 4th Sept Cultural

    A travel blog entry by flatwhitejo on Sep 05, 2014

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    Today is our cultural day and our go slow day . We decided to visit some of the smaller museums to avoid the crowds ,even though we had our museum passes you can still be expected to queue. First up we visited The National Marine museum .Garry enjoyed the history here and I enjoyed the art and he commentary explaining the paintings . Next up was Musee Du Quay this museum had beautiful gardens and a massive garden wall on the exterior entry wall . Amongst the gardens was a cafe so ...

    D11. The King's birthday.

    A travel blog entry by lpon on Jul 26, 2014

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    Today is the King's birthday! Unfortunately it was also a very stressful day, or at least parts of it were. We are going to skip those bits. We started with breakfast at the hotel, from the market of course. We tried french butter! I kept hearing everyone talk about how wonderful french butter is. I've got to say, it is pretty damn good. I have eaten an excess of fatty foods and bread on this trip. I'm too afraid to look in the mirror or jump ...

    Day 10 - Paris

    A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... architecture make it hard to actually go inside! We could have spent the afternoon on the grounds and the adjacent gardens and walked away excited about our time at the Louvre. Just like the exterior, the museum itself is massive. In the 2-3 hours we were in the museum, we got through about 60% of 1 of 3 wings of the museum. Part of this has to do with size, but can also be somewhat attributed to all of the people. The place was packed. I have to say, I ...

    Day 20 (Paris)

    A travel blog entry by marcohj on May 29, 2014

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    ... four or five people in each room at a time. It was a relief after the Versailles and the catacombs and everything else in this city. I'm keeping a list of paintings/artworks I like so if you're interested I can show you when we're reunited. I had a tuna and egg baguette in the cafeteria and sat reading my book for a while. Eventually I left for home, and searched in the shops in our area for a gluestick and a surprise for you. ...

    Second Day in Paris

    A travel blog entry by yakero on May 03, 2014

    ... only to discover that many restaurants don't open for dinner until 7 PM! We walked to our hotel took a short break and then waled to another café. We both enjoyed our meals there. After dining, our last visit of the day was to the opera house which was closed because of the late hour. From the front steps of the opera house we enjoyed an artist who was vigorous with his piano playing. Amazing ...