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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... At the end we each had bracelets, and had to give a "small donation"…. We climbed to the next deck and sat down on a bench and ate our breakfast with the beautiful view of Paris below us.
Then we climbed the rest of the way to the Cathedral. My sister Kathy had told me this was a site I had to see, and she was right! The view is unbelievably breathtaking, and the church itself is amazing. After walking around we left to try and find the Moulin Rouge. ...
... and renewed my spirit. The great windows were vast. I don't know that they spoke to me in any particular way that some others had done, but they were really very beautiful. I found the vaulting to be more interesting. Curves and corners overlapping, shading spaces and illuminating others. The outside filtering through windows bringing light into the gloom and revealing the work of the stonemasons of 900 years ago. I rejoined the crowd completing the circuit of the church. I ...
... Louie 14, others 16 others Napoleon. Not sure which Napoleon, that wasn't quite as clear. The grounds and gardens were very extensive and included a model farm. Quite a few of the ponds were frozen over but there were still ducks and swans here and there. After the Chateau we had lunch at McDonalds (Les was too hungry to wait till we got to the city) and then we trained back. We stopped of at Museum ...
... an astronomical measurement device which was interesting to see. Continuing on Rue Bonaparte we had a look in at Pierre Herme patisserie and further down the famous Laduree where we purchased some adorable pastries for afternoon tea. We had dinner at the apartment and then Kara and I went to the Musee D'Orsay which is open late on Thursday nights whilst the boys had an early night. The museum was a 15min walk from our apartment along the Seine and ...
... br> buildings which were left vacant for many years after the revolution (furniture
was stolen during the Palace siege and the grand painting were transferred to
Louis the XIV was credited with creating Versailles which was the seat
of absolute monarchy between 1682 & 1789. Everything the monarchy did was on
display to all members of the court who were interested including watching them
eat, go to the ...