Campanile Paris XII - Nation
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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pets allowed
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We checked off the boat at 8.30 and said farewell to our newfound friends. Our housemaid, Georgiana, and the cruise director, Korana, were two who made the cruise most enjoyable so we went out of our way the say thank you and goodbye to them. The walk to the train station was simple and effortless, possibly 15 minutes very easy walking to board our train for the 10,17am ...
... and view at my own pace.
The Louvre just has everything. In a hidden corner, you will find an absolute masterpiece. I saved the Italian galleries for last because I knew they would be crazy. That's where the Mona Lisa hangs, and my god was it packed with people. I saw it from 12 feet back like everyone else, while people poked me in the back with their self sticks. Let ...
... was that protected paris. One of the old kings knocked it down because he didn't like it and instead built the Louvre as a palace to live. We then saw various statues of gods and barely clothed ladies. All of them very famous and expensive. We saw Da Vinci's Mona Lisa - it was pretty small compared to the other paintings. Apparently it was actually a bigger than normal portrait of the time period. My favourite painting was the Coronation of ...
Sunday 9/21 - After breakfast on Sunday morning we headed out to do some laundry at the local laverie. A women doing some laundry knew enough english to explain how to pay and get the machines going.
Although many of the shops are closed on Sundays, it is still nice to do some sightseeing and window shopping so, after doing the laundry, we hopped on the Metro and headed out to find one of the more ...
... but very pleasant riding around through shady forest areas, next to the lakes etc. Then caught the train back to Paris central where Mitch and I went separate ways with the plan to meet up at lunchtime closer to home. Mitch off to check out sports stores, me to check out bookstores – how very in character for both of us! I had originally planned to revisit the Musee de L’Orangerie for another dose of Monet’s waterlilies, but there was a reasonable line ...