Campanile Paris Sud-Porte d'Italie
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Wasn't a big fan of this place. sorry. Bathroom room was small but OK, and the room was clean, yes. But very small. and having a lack of a double bed meant that I had to push our single beds together to be united with my dearest. It was a tight squeeze with 2 big suitcases. Our room had a old musty smell about it, a bit overpowering at first. Noise filtering into our room was a little loud also. But they did serve good meals in the restaurant, and staff were quite pleasant. Would have been a good room for a single, not a couple.
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Day 11, London to Paris. Cosmos day 3. Set the alarm, up by 6 am. Bags packed and out by 6.30 am. Then down for a final breakfast. Finally we start to meet some people on our trip. Wendy and Mark were the first people we met on our tour. We all board a coach at 8.15 am and are driven to 'St Pancras Station'. Here we collect our luggage and check in …
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