Campanile Paris Sud Clamart
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... with Rowena to the metro station so I at least know where it is tomorrow morning. I'm just so nervous about getting on the wrong metro, but I really don't think it's going to be that hard, I hope. I also hope that it doesn't rain because that would put a damper on my mood. I should also pick out my outfit since I have to leave by 8am tomorrow and I haven't been getting up until 9am lately.
I got to Skype with my wonderful sister today for a little ...
... couple of hours in the Louvre, we decided it was time to head home and do some laundry. Craig only has a week left, but I still have another 3 weeks left, and needed some more clean clothes. We stopped at the grocery store, grabbed some snacks for our 5 hr train ride on Saturday (to London), and headed home. We also picked up some macarons on our way home. We each chose two (they are tiny, but they come with a large price tag!), and decided to ...
... It was quite a lovely relaxing morning and a nice way to see the ordinary parts of Paris..
We then met up with Rami's cousins from Egypt who are currently living in paris for a few years. We had a lovely lunch and then visited their apartment . It had about 5 bedrooms and was newly renovated. Apparently such a home would cost over 2 million Euros if you were to buy it.
Then off to MontMartre and a visit to the ...
... there we continued walking to the Place du Concord and then strolled the Champs Élysées exploring the myriad of walkways, arcades and shops while the rain fell lightly upon us. the Arc de Triumph as always continues to stand as sentinel and quiet reminder to the past. This time we did not stand beneath its arch, perhaps one evening, but proceeded to the third street branching from it, Rue Kebler where I believe the more affluent tourists would find their ...
... we took were a product of weighing cost and personal interest. You are never too old to learn and we were constantly challenged to piece together a tumultuous history that this city, country and its people have endured. There will be things we/I won't miss. Cigarette smokers, people who do not clean up after their animals, the elusive pattern of opening and closing times of the stores and finally, Ardeth asking each day "what should we ...