Campanile Saint Germain-en-Laye
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... never okay in any circumstance to leave the house with less than one thermal, a hat, scarf and gloves. 6. Found that nothing warms you up faster (and goes cold faster) than a hot chocolate outside. 7. Seen more people kissing in public than should be legal. And possibly a proposal under the Eiffel Tower. 8. Used a whole heap of french words most likely ...
... I mastered the art of removing them from the shells. Mission accomplished much to Wayne's disgust. With only one day remaining, I booked a guided tour of The Louvre as it looked far too complex for us to tackle on our own. It was great and we were shuttled from our hotel and fast tracked in upon opening. Our guide made a bee line for the Mona Lisa which allowed us to take uninterrupted photos of her and admire although it is really small and quite humble compared to some of ...
... many stairs and briefly explore the neighbourhood at the foot of the Basilica before sitting down at a cafe. Montmartre is on a hill. It was originally it's own village, outside of Paris and provided flour for the city (there are a few 'moulins' or windmills still standing in the area and that's where Moulin Rouge gets it's name. The cafe Amelie worked at was also called "Les Deux Moulins"). Aside from flour, Montmartre also produced wine, and ...
... Had a lovely dinner at a local restaurant and tried some snails. They were interesting. Went and did a driving tour of Paris which was beautiful. We cracked it with the TopDeck guide as she is an ex history teacher so she gives us the low down everywhere we go. We squished everything we wanted to do in one day. For the first half of the day me and Emma joined up with 6 others. We went to the Notre Dame I ...
... started to drizzle. The Orangerie is an art museum famous for Monet's Water Lily paintings. There are eight paintings-- each one about eight feet tall. They range in length from around twenty feet to forty feet. The two main rooms have four paintings each, with the rooms oval shaped and the paintings curved around the walls. The paintings are so interesting--you can see each one close up and have a hard time understanding the paint ...