Campanile Paris Ouest-Nanterre-La Defense
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tennis was on at the new Bercy Stadium. Heading back home and with a couple of stops on the way, more wine and a really good lunch at a Corsican restaurant (we have been there before) near Place Republique, we dropped off our shopping and then rode down the Seine past the Eiffel Tower, across the river and through the very ritzy and chic 16th arrondissement to the Bois de Boulogne park. On the way back to drop the bikes off we had a coffee and pattisserie ...
Today we caught the water bus into St. Marc's Square. The weather was a bit hazy but still not bad. It was really beautiful in the square and the Church was a highlight although covered in scaffolding. We walked around a few of the backstreets and took in the whole vibe of Venice. We decided to go up the tower ...
... a beautiful staircase and lots of gold. Then to look around Galleries Lafayette which is filled with designer clothes and in the centre an area which is surrounded by balconies and a domed ceiling. Off to Centre Pompidou which is the National Museum of Modern Art. As the weather is fine there were lots of Buskers out in the courtyard and children trying to catch giant bubbles. On the train home we were even entertained by a man playing the ...
... an old manor house which is all black. It's quite an experience! The clothes are still pretty **** though. Maybe that is next on the drawing board!. There is also something for the lads. There is a Renault , a citroen, a mercedes, and a toyota concept store on the strip. It's just a shame the mercedes v8 experience was broken. I'm a sucker for an amg exhaust note! Had a great day! 12 hours of walking under blue skies and high 20's ...
... on the horizon as if someone had drawn them with a ruler. It is a strange sight to see and is an optical illusion that is repeated further on by the treelined pathways of the Tuileries Gardens.
When I reached the archway that lead into the Louvre courtyard area everything looked smaller than I expected, but I soon came to realise walking further into the courtyard that it was only an illusion caused by the immense area that the ...