Hotel Campanile Paris Est - Porte de Bagnolet
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C'est beau et la manger étais bon mais les chambre sont vraiment petit!
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Today was our long drive back to Paris, over 700km. We watched more movies to help pass the time. We finished "Gladiator" then "One Day" & "Inception". Our only stops on the way were the regulated 2 hourly stops for wash rooms, morning tea, lunch & arvo tea. I spent much of the time typing up past days of this travel blog ~ a bit tedious at times but it did help pass the time much quicker. ...
... From the new first floor, you can test your vertigo, walking on the glass floors and peering down from a height of 57 metres to all the people queuing and the goings on of the thousands of people below. There were also some great displays of the history, movies it has appeared in, and comparisons to other tallest structures around the world.
In 1887, when Gustave Eiffel’s plans came to light, an angry group of French men fought against its construction stating ...
... led us through spacious lawns and gardens, and being a gorgeous day, early Saturday afternoon, with that in the background, there were people picnicking all the way along, sipping champagne and eating cheese. It really would be the perfect place to have a picnic and spend the afternoon. Unfortunately we didn't have time for that (but maybe one day), as we marched towards the foot of the tower. A really unfortunate thing about Paris so far is that as soon as you get ...
... of 10 seconds to ask for the tickets, pay with correct change, and get the tickets. I just have no idea what other people do when they get to the window! They are only selling one thing! And it costs exactly the same as your ticket out in the morning! We just made it onto the platform to a completely packed train and risked running down a few carriages to be rewarded with some empty seats. The doors closed right as we got in but it was good - much nicer than ...
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