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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... on a shorter trip, maybe after doing the next cooking course in Gascony. Thanks to all who sent birthday wishes, yes, that's today! I'm now looking forward to coming home next week. Unfortunately that means a 5.00am wake up tomorrow to make it to the airport on time. At least I'm on an A380 to Singapore, can't wait to see what that's ...
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... to be made to ensure the correct tea was delivered. I actually got to see Karen drinking black tea. Flavoured tea seems to be big over there too especially weird fruit flavoured teas. Anyway, small apples in the scheme of things. So to sum up our food and wine...we had new experiences, some good and some not so but the highlights were worth the wait. We fly back tomorrow to meat and three veg :-) Oh, I did eventually try some cod in France and enjoyed it. See you all ...
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