Comfort Hotel Airport CDG
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Hotel Airport CDG Roissy
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... need. The dancers and were great and the singer was out of the box quality. All of the acts were really good and yes all those boobies were impressive also. After the Lido we caught the train to the tower to see it all lit up at nigh and at midnight it began to sparkle and twinkle. Then we hopped onto a cab and fell in to bed when we got home; too tired to blog last night but here it is ...
... or two to kill. So we had breakfast of a chorizo omelette and a mess of eggs and peppers, and smoked salmon with the eggs for her. Plus coffee. Paid by card, not having enough cash and spent our remaining $22 on a duty free bottle of Bacardi. After reading and playing with photos for the blog we boarded at 12.45 and were in the air an hour later. The flight was announced as being ten and a half hours. Looking at the map ...
... and had a little more social night.
morning we got up and went to Mass and Sacré-Coeur, which is on top of a hill
overlooking Paris. Then we grabbed
breakfast and headed to our last big attraction, the Eiffel Tower! The tower
was bigger then I imagined and so cool to see in person. We took the lift up to the second floor,
which was almost to the top and were able to see the view from up there. We spent some ...
... made for this evening. The 5km walk home took us down Rue Fauboug St. Honore past all the outrageously expensive clothing shops so instead of being the patient husband in the shops, I coaxed her into a coffee shop for an exquisite little raspberry mousse cake. Pasta with chanterelles and lardons, the dry but typically German Riesling Liam brought us and strawberries ...
... we were directed to and waited for park opening. Approximately twenty minutes later we were told that gate wouldn't opening and for us to queue at the END of another line. We were only a dozen or so back in the first queue. The second line was over a hundred deep. This began a series of events I have now dubbed the "not so magical day." Once the park opened the gates around 9:30 we headed towards Frontierland. For those familiar with the Magic Kingdom layout, DLP is similar with ...