Campanile Morangis - Orly
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... plans. So off to breakfast we trotted and then onto the metro to get ourselves up to opera square to then hop onto the yellow hop on hop off bus. Met them at the moulin rouge and had a quick beer before killing ourselves climbing the stairs to sacre cœur. So beautiful. Took photos when we weren't supposed to and just generally mooshed about up there. Not a very salubrious part ...
... pistachio and caramel. Of course, Dennis who didn’t want any insisted on eating half of mine. We then walked back to where the bus was supposed to pick us up.when I saw a NafNaf store. I had been looking for one of those to check out their handbags. I found one that I liked for 35 Euros. Unbelievable steal.
Tonight is the farewell dinner and tomorrow off to Versailles for two days.
... will return there to enter the crypt and the church which had such a long queue. I suppose the tourist season is building. Still on our feet, we ventured on to the Pompidou Centre. I am sorry but this building is so hideous I couldn't bring myself to enter. It looks like a construction site that was abandoned, but maybe sleep will soften my feelings towards it. Our last stop for the day was The Picasso Gallery which Emma was particularly keen to see and so ...
... for the 9th January, of course, this doesn't suit, we will be in Rome, so we have to send an email hoping for the best, Laurie is on the job, writing, translating, rewriting and attaching proof of our bookings. We hope they will look kindly on our request for another date. On the way home we walked around Place des Vosges to find the famous "Carrette", ...
... Sunday crowds and taking the side streets, including the one that Julia Child and her husband lived on while he was in his role as ambassador. Eventually we landed on Rue Cler, one of the most popular shopping streets in the city. Unfortunately, being a Sunday, most of the shops were closed but the cafés were open and we had drinks and a charcuterie platter while sitting within view of the hotel they had stayed in on a previous visit. We then made our way back to ...