Campanile Paris XI Bastille
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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... leather jacket from Coach .. For only the tiny price of AU$1500. Donations will be gladly accepted. Kylie managed to pick up a couple of Longchamp bags - I am told these are a French staple too, although they seem more pricey than the bread and cheese. She also managed to make friends with the Chanel lady. Despite only buying one relatively cheap bottle of EDP, the lady spent about 30 minutes explaining all sorts of things and giving her free samples ...
... way. I have to say tourist signage is *****. We had a couple of signs then nothing. Finally found the entrance and spent quite a long time inspecting bits of statuory and the tomb itself which is enormous reddish oak and houses N's remains in SIX coffins. http://www.napoleon.org/en No he wasnt that big he had to be spread over six coffins, they fitted one inside t'other, duh.
Knackered after all that ...
... to be low and aimed at the passing trade (us). Say 18 € for a fixed price 3 courses. Went for a stroll and saw the neighbourhood a bit and walked down to the seine , Notre Dame and a bridge with all locks on it... Pont de l'Archevêché. All within 5 mins walk.
The lines to the Cathedral were long and also the lines to climb the bell tower. Frankly the cathedral at Amiens was better looking from the outside and when we visited had ...
... and bread for a picnic later.
Anna was very keen on going to a Paris flea market to try and find some antique martini glasses, so we headed to the biggest in the north of Paris, where we failed to find any glasses that met Anna's expectations, but had a great time non-the-less wandering the stalls and enjoying the late summer sunshine. Afterwards, we found a very pretty little park where we ate our cheese and lay around before it started chilling off and we headed back to the ...
... We were finally given our room just before 2:00 pm and were able to shower, change and have a nap of several hours.
For dinner we took the metro to Bouillon Chartier, about which I have written several times before. It’s a big cavernous place, noisy and relaxed and inexpensive. We were seated with two young men from Hong Kong who of course spoke English, but one also spoke French well. We talked with them about Hong Kong and their visit ...