Campanile Paris XI Bastille
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... into the shops it turned to snowflakes. They are quite pretty and amazing to look at. But the novelty soon wears off as you realise they are melting on you and making you wet. We went out at night to get some night shots of the Eiffel Tower and surrounds. Today was our last full day and we went to the Pere Lachaise Cemetery. We found the graves of Jim Morrison, Marcel Marceau, Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde and Chopin. There was many amazing tombs and an interesting place to wander ...
Today's agenda was to see the French Palace of Versailles. The museum pass didn't skip the queue for here so we purchased a skip the line and tour. We found our way there and just made it in time!! Our guide had a strong French accent but she was very good. The palace was grand with golden gates and fences. It had a massive garden that spanned a ridiculous amount of hectares. We walked through the public bedroom of KingvLouis the 16th, this was where he woke up ...
... Eurostar service and were announcing new trains that would have wifi at all times (even in the tunnels) new seats, and be very tech friendly. Sounds interesting!
I made this trip mostly to get together with an old friend in the ministry. We had lost touch with Cliff and Connie Veal years ago when associations went different directions, but the opportunity recently came to reestablish contact and catch up on old times. Rejoining the hands of friendship is ...
... have gotten coffee with milk or sat down. Met Sylvain and he was mad coz we were meant to meet at 9 and he was late for work, oops. He was a lovely guy though and we had a good chat. We unpacked, had a magical shower and changed out of our gross travel clothes. Then went for a walk to check out the Bastille area. Went through a supermarket and a pharmacy (I love looking at these overseas!) Went to a restaurant and were disappointed as they ...
... war veterans, in 1670. By 1679 he had a church built next to the parade ground for the use of the old soldiers (It is still used today as a church for funerals and weddings of serving members of the French Military) Shortly after that he had a separate Royal chapel built adjoining the church, which was inspired by St Peter's basilica in Rome. This chapel, the Dome of des Invalides, was completed in 1708. When Napoleon was in power he ...