Hotel Campanile Paris Ouest - Gennevilliers Port
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... not actually possible and gave up and decided the tent would just have to stand alone. We got it done and then went for a walk to the lake we are near which apparently has the biggest beach in the Paris area which I suppose is not saying a great deal. All the locals were out enjoying themselves and we had a bit of a wander around and hired a canoe so we all had a bit of a paddle on the lake. We were having a bit of a ...
... Jardins de Tuileries. Dinned at a cafe near the hotel then walk part of the Champs-Élysées where there are some Christmas markets. Today was back on the bus to the Eiffel Tower where I waited in a line for an hour & half to get to the second level viewing area - lucky for me the wait was made easier chatting to an Irish/Polish couple who were in Paris celebrating a birthday with a long ...
... guys who are knocking off the several hundred a day are actually the entrepreneurial guys who have the business setting up the automatoc passport id photos for all of the travel documents they steal. Had to laugh, Joelene reminded me before the photo was taken 'remember dont smile'. Once it had been taken i was inside the machine getting my receipt when the photos spat out into the tray outside. All i hear from outside was 'Geez, I know I said don't smile but that is taking it a bit ...
Today we meet our Paris Greeter at 9:30 am. We jump on the Metro as instructed by our Greeter count three stops jump off and meet Das as planned. Das took us on a wonderful walk (just a short 10 kms) though a suburban area which just happened to be the home of artists such as Picasso and Matisse. Again so much history in this area of Paris. We walked through a market, the type that has a butcher, fruit shop, cheese shop and of course a ...
... walk the 234 stairs up to the top where there's a viewing roof, or you can do your research, say you have bad knees (which isn't a lie) and take the hidden elevator up. I highly recommend the 2nd approach. The Arc is a little cheaper than the Eiffel Tower, has far less lines and basically the same view - except that the view from the Arc includes the Eiffel Tower, which I think makes it better! The Eiffel looks pretty close when you're up there (it's only ...