Campanile Villejust - ZA Courtaboeuf
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Campanile Villejust - ZA Courtaboeuf
Travel Blogs from Villejust
Went to a night tour around the city after dinner by bus. And a quick photo op in front of Eiffel Tower. Magnificent! Once we came back, the bar under the hostel was playing live music. Very nice atmosphere. - I have to say, once again I'm surprised ...
... A flight home in July is more expensive than a round trip flight home for Christmas. I even looked up leaving on France's Independence Day and it was still expensive. It's not like I can stay in the country either, I have to leave. The struggle is real here.
Rowena says the family will be at the synagogue until late tonight and will have dinner there. I'm on my own for dinner and have nothing to eat. My laziness amazes me because I'd ...
... s faces was priceless. We really laughed. They both thought the other one was the reason they were offered the seats. We were trying to find the Sunday market and found everything but. The area was buzzing and very beautiful. The buildings were no more than 5 storeys. First we found ourselves in Carnavalet, a beautiful old palace full of antiques and art works. There was one room that was decorated with the display cabinets and furniture from an old jewellers. ...
... I may have ended up in Strasbourg or Normandy or somewhere! At least we weren't on the right train to make it as far as London! A couple of days ago when we walked past Notre Dame there was a big event marquee set up in the square. It rather detracts from the atmosphere, and we wondered what it's purpose could be. Yesterday we discovered what was happening. First we smelt lovely fresh food, then we saw the signs, but the day's ...
... Dame cathedral, and yes, it is also spectacular.
Back home by train, and no delays this time. Bought our obligatory baguette, and had it with some cheese and wine before we head out a bit later for our meal.
Paris has been wonderful, but there is so much to see and do. Six days is nowhere near` enough.
Tomorrow, off to Chambery, but at least the train does not leave until just after noon, so no rush.