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 board, and watching the city sights as we went past. Today it was 28 degrees, so we needed our hats, and it was quite hot in the sun. We disembarked at the Eiffel Tower, because when we were there the other day I didn't have time to walk around the area, as I spent my time climbing. The crowds were lighter today, don't ask me why, but there were lots of people out in the parks, taking advantage of the beautiful weather. We had taken a picnic, ...
... oh, and the Musee D'Orsay of course. I also did some reading on the history of the Louvre whilst Stephen had a nap. We had dinner in a restaurant around in rue Montorgueil called the Marie Stuart. Stephen had boeuf steak and I had something called cornflake chicken which proved to be a chicken schnitzel with a garlic and crushed cornflake coating - very yummy. Stephen then had a Captain Morgan rum and I had a cognac to finish off the day and we headed ...
... is two lots of markets at Les Enfants Rouge and Bastille. I can hardly wait. I'm taking my camera, IPad, sudoku and best beer ordering French, it may be a long day. We find Les Marche des Les Enfants Rouge. Easily enough missed from the street. They are four aisles 25 metres long selling mostly fresh or prepared food and beautiful array of flowers, including to our surprise, wattle. The Decorator is tempted but knows there will be more at the next lot of markets. We stop for ...
The rue Mouffetard in Paris, where we are staying, has existed since Neolithic times, and was known in the Roman era. Since medieval times it has been a food neighborhood, and today is a charming, pedestrian-only source of every imaginable specialty--several boucheries, patisseries, cheese shops, wine shops, fishmonger, chocolatiers, fruits and ...
... excited for sleep! The second league was on an actual Ethihad plane from Perth to Abu Dhabi. As the plane filled, it looked like I might have the same good luck, but alas a little Nona was seated next to me. Then as they closed the doors the hostie asked if anyone was in the seat next to me. I replied no (then kicked myself) so she relocated a gent by the name of Johno to that seat...damn! Fortunately Johno made an excellent drinking buddy. ...