Campanile Paris XI Bastille
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... 3" class="reference"> In 1981, the Italian architect, Gae Aulenti
was chosen to design the interior including the internal arrangement,
decoration, furniture ...
... a great meal. Eating at 6.30 was a good move as by 8pm the restaurant was packed, a queue had formed and disgruntled patrons were arguing the toss about honoring reservation times... Seems that an early dinner followed by an after dinner walk and a visit to a patisserie might be the order of the day.
Here's to Thomas Jefferson's tomorrow where "a walk around Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty and in the point of life." A demain.
... spectacular, have a little look but it is closed, so we will have to come back tomorrow. We spend the next 2 hours taking in the nearby streets and then it's back to the hotel for a sleep. (Wednesday) We head off to find some pastries for breakfast then it's off the learn the Metro!!! We head for the Eiffel Tower, luckily this is very impressive and Goz enjoys that visit, ...
... to one painted sky blue. She did, and he was rather tickled at his mum entertaining a fairly large audience given the acoustics! It also meant they were all distracted and I could try to find an ATM that spat out Euros so some cash was in hand before hitting the continent. We made our way through the officialdom, although the French passport fella was on the phone and doing the stamping based on a glance. I'm pretty ...
... peoples bodies had been moved from the Cemetery of the Innocents back in the day, and their bones were piled up along the walls, with skulls lined along the tops of the piles. The path winds along through the labyrinth for about a kilometer. It is very, very cool! I took lots of photos, but they don't really show what it was like! At the end of the path we climbed back up the stairs and emerged about 6 blocks from where we'd gone underground. Pete led ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed