Campanile Paris Est - Pantin
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... very handy wine bar called lagrange filles et fils. Glass of condrieu for moi and a glass of Ostertag Riesling for Jeff. Slow walk home, quick visit to the butcher for a coquellete. (baby chook) green beans and dinner, was done. Jeff has just opened a bottle of 2009 Cote-Rotie and we are set for an evening in. Tim has just called. Steph is doing really well and apparently the surgeon has done a really got job. S ...
Still quite exhausted from the week, we slept in and had a late start to our unpacking session.
We got Emmanuel busy watching French cartoons - if he's going to be going to school while we're here, time to soften him up to the language. But Ellie still can't keep herself occupied and loves to get into the mix, especially if you're doing something like unpacking.
As was the case when we ...
Most of the day was spent in the bus. We got in to Paris in the earl evening ad went in to own to meet Matt and Ali at The Great Canadian bar. We had our fist experience on the trains where a homeless guy with a big dog hopped on the train and we think was asking everyone for ...
... a coffee shop near the Invalies army hospital where Napoleon is buried. I had a cappuccino that I actually liked! Until I got past the whipped cream then it was a bit of a struggle. I have a ways to go before I become a coffee drinker I think.
After exploring the city center we took the bus out of the city to the palace of Versailles. We had lunch on DIS at a delicious little creperie around the corner. Our Swedish tour guide took us in and around ...
... it is for all of us. Yum champion and cheese for myself and Louisa, chicken, egg and cheese for Felix , coconut and sugar for Luis and chorizo and cheese for Manfred. Louisa is very funny guide who just follows her nose and ends up being at the right place. We walk up this cobbled stone road heading past Moulin rouge and towards the old village with its winding skinny roads caves and clubs tucked in between house on the tightest of ...