Campanile Paris - Saint-Denis Quai-de-St Ouen
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCampanile Paris - Saint-Denis Quai-de-St Ouen St-Denis
L'hotel era ok ma il quartiere ci è sembrato davvero poco raccomandabile e mal frequentato, specialmente di sera. Anche il portiere ci avvertiva continuamente di stare attenti ai borseggiatori. Se volete visitare la basilica venite di giorno ed evitate il pernottamento qui.
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... read our address. Off we headed to Ile Saint-Louis. Traffic in Paris is a pain. With a couple of wrong turns, we made it to our apartment, without ransom demands, in an hour.
With an airport phone call to Sara, our AirBNB apartment host, she was waiting for us in the apartment. Sara, a Denver, CO native, had followed her French boyfriend to France and discovered she was in love with France rather than her ...
... God, someone else came in and gave us a hint, and we got it all going. Craig left me there and, bored while the clothes were drying, I got caught by some poor Frenchman while trying to take a selfie of myself with the clothes dryer!!
We'd decided we'd have a picnic near the Eiffel Tower today, so we walked down to Rue Cler and got some fresh cheddar and Camembert. The lady serving us spoke no English, but we got by with pointing, then on to ...
... and better than being stuffed like a sardine in one of those elevators. On the way back I stopped for a crepe with Nutella and bananas with a cafe au lait (I keep messing up and stating cafe latte). So good to sit at a cafe enjoying a sweet treat for dinner. Then went to Mass at the Catholic hostel I am staying at. The priest even allowed me to read a final prayer in English as 90% of the Mass was said in French - I was able to follow. The only ...
... much fashion knowledge as humanly possible!! Today we went to visit Uncle Maurice, but since he wasn't home Anna and I decided to have a cup of coffee (well I drank hot chocolate) on the street instead. Then we went over to Frank's an hung out with him and his son Tony.
Frank made an amazing dinner with tomatoes, mozzarella, basil and onions as a first course, and then a roasted chicken with ...
... animated and there is always a group of kids (usually boys) who have their brains and attention anywhere else. Once we left this room, we went downstairs to see some of the sculpture pieces and other artists such as Van Gogh, Gaugin and Serat. One of the best things about the d'Orsay museum is that they don't allow pictures, so people move along pretty quickly. We also toured some rooms with antique french furniture which was pretty ...