Campanile Paris - Saint-Denis Quai-de-St Ouen
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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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... the row of trees. The walk from the Louvre was a bit warm. Then continued up through the park the the beginning of the Champs Elyeese. We shopped up one side until we hit the Arc then down the other. Stopping for a red bull and a wine to regroup. My brand new boots we covered in the parkway dust throughout the whole journey and I felt sad for them the whole time. I gave them a great clean back at the apartment. Into a taxi, exhausted, and back home at ...
... meant we both went to bed a lot more confident that we could survive another 3 months away from Aus. A big sleep in the next day was followed by a walk along the Champs - élysées to the Arc de Triomphe having a look in a few of the shops. From there we jumped back on the metro and visited Sacre Coeur (church) which offered a brilliant view over the city of Paris. For our final day in Paris we caught a train out to the Palace at ...
... Lisa, which was taken behind a thirty deep crowd, I might let the pictures tell you about my visit to the Louvre.
The only thing I might add is that when I when I arrived at 9.30 it was a small queue to get in and only took about ten minutes. I was thinking about heading out of the museum at about midday to grab some food and a drink but when I saw the crowds queuing to enter at that time I knew it would take at least an hour ...
... crowding the front of the roped off area to get a pic but it didn't take too long to get up there. I stared reverently for a while, snapped some photos, and moved on. In the same room on the opposite wall is arguably a more impressive work. A monstrous painting of the Last Supper dominates the entire wall. It's fun to admire all the little nuances going on including the animals playing around the table and the looks on the diners faces. For the next ...
... bed is definitely calling. It's just after 5pm now, so I guess that's not too bad. Considering that I haven't had any real solid sleep sice 5am on the 3rd (and I didn't really sleep the night before because I was so excited. My Computer clock tells me that it's currently just after 3 am on the 5th back in Australia. Heaven help me.
I know that this isn't my best work. I'll probably read this entry tomorrow and scream "What was I thinking!" Vive la France!