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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... I had it in my mind to go on Wednesday. I texted my friends Taylor and Jess(ica) and we decided to go after we picnicked in the tuileries (and now, a brief interlude.) I'm just realizing how awesome this is (not really, but I'm going to say that for effect.) I picnicked in the Tuileries, and said it like it was nothing. For everyone's sake, I'll try to be less jaded, but wow. After that, we went to Angelinas. And right now, you're probably expecting a rant about ...
... read more about the ticket we needed to meet someone to collect them. At that point we headed over to the meeting spot at Fat Tire Tours. Once we were there our time slot was then all messed up, grrr. So finally after their great customer service we received a ticket to go into the Eiffel Tour. At this point we were just ready to go up. We first went to the second floor which is about 30 floors up if I'm correct on that. Not for sure. Great views ...
... stopped at the first floor where we had to change elevators to go to the top. The wait was short, only about 5 minutes so we hopped on and were at the top of the eiffel tower very quickly. The level the elevator drops you off at is encased with glass so there is no wind but you have an open view. There weren't many people there since we're touring in December, so we walked around freely in the rather ...
... to see Napoleon's Tomb. Very pretty gardens apart from one part which had an enormous rodent plodding around the grass. Someone next to us was lobbing bits of apple for it to eat. I would have preferred to feed it some lead from a twelve gauge. It was the size of a cat. I googled it when we got home and I think its a Coypu, a species of river rat.
We walked almost right around the perimeter of the Tomb, a ...
An early start with a chat home to family. Skype, face time, what apps are so wonderful. They allow us to contact everyone. Running a bit late we walked to Abess Station and caught the metro to Rue de bac as we thought it was the closest to Boulevarde St Michelle but it was quite a distance and we had to hurry to be there by 11 a.m. We just made it because there were so. Many people wanting to do the tour meant there were four groups. Our tour guide was a Scottish ...