Campanile Gennevilliers Barbanniers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... anyway, made me doubt it would be too impressive, but I think those people who'd said those things must have been completely deluded. The first floor was amazing. There was an ice rink! And a Michelin Star restaurant (I just looked in the window - maybe when I'm rich). The view was incredible I thought at the time, but that was before we reached the second story. It was honestly like being in a dream. Standing on the Eiffel Tower, looking out over Paris as the sun was setting with ...
... as a croque monsiuer and veal chop. yum yum yum-- happy happy happy! By the time we were finished with dinner we decided to go back and get a full nights rest so we could be prepared to walk the city the next day. More to come tomorrow!
The French all smoke like trains... even young teenagers!
We have NO wifi in our hotel.. will not connect (and this is why we are lagging on our posts!)
The French are pretty snobby and can call an American out of a ...
... Jude focussing on Monet and Renoir and Elle and I covering the majority of the exhibits. Van Gogh was very moving along with Renoir and Monet. It made me pleased that I had played "Masterpiece" in my childhood. Two days of unforgettable works and personal exhaustion.
Travel tip: it helps to have a snickers bar available around 4:00pm because sometimes people aren't always who they really ...
... going and when we told then they sadly broke the news to us that we had in fact gotten on the wrong train; but they kindly reassured us and gave us directions on where and how to get to the right train once we had reached the next stop. Praise God it wasn't much longer before we were back in the comfort of our beloved Alma Hotel! We quickly negotiated that for tomorrow's trip back to Disneyland we would leave the hotel later and return before sundown! Stay ...
... asked about reservations. He said he could fit us in at 7:15, so we walked to a nearby park and enjoyed a view of the Eiffel Tower until then. The bistro was small, holding only 22 seats, and had a two-man open kitchen. It is owned by a former surgeon, who was there and greeted and checked in on everyone. Our amuse bouche was foie gras on pieces of bread, which Evan loved. Then, to start we had Burgundy escargot with asparagus and foie fras terrine with ...