Novotel Convention & Wellness Roissy CDG
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Convention & Wellness Roissy CDG
This was a great choice for a quick stopover in Paris. The rooms are beautiful and modern, with great facilities. The nearby Roissy village is within walking distance and is wonderful to visit for dinner and the like. The only downside is the airport bus - extremely slow and crowded. Otherwise, a very nice stay.
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... up the paths to the Esplanade du Trocadero at the top, which lies between the twin buildings of the Palais de Chaillot. Again some stunning old architecture and after stopping at a souvenir stand to check out what was on offer, i again picked a direction and started off.
This time after a fair walk, I cam across the Place Charles De Gaulle and its central attraction - the Arc de Triomphe. I again sat on a bench nearby to watch the mad traffic ...
... funnily enough I have a photograph of this building on my wall at home from my last visit to Paris - little did I know that it housed a story of terror and violence. I also stopped in next door at the Palais de Justice - which is still in use in the French legal system. It once housed the Revolutionary Tribunal. My final stop was Place de la Concorde. During the Revolution it was known as Place ...
... transport and on sightseeing opportunities to engage with the locals in the language. Most are helpful and obliging. Most. River Siene The four of us took a late night stroll to and along the river, walking from the National History Museum to the Notre Dame Cathedral. Back to the Eiffel Tower. To the summit. Julian. Today we went back to the Eiffel Tower. It took 669 steps to get to the second floor. It is taller than the Eureka Tower in Melbourne. Dad and I left mum ...
... last indulgence in France.
We even had a chance to walk off dinner with an after-dark power stroll through the cute village of Roissy, a short distance from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Time to sleep and rest up for the long non-stop to San Francisco before the final hop to Portland. We will pick up Charlie and Onnie, our schnauzers, around 7:00pm and then we'll be home. Home sweet home.
Good night, Paris!
Mike and ...
... so he left. Loser. When I tried to leave, the bartender kept giving me more and more cider so that I wouldn't leave. I tries to explain Vimy Ridge to him, but his English was nearly as bad as my French. So I chugged my third and booked it out of musketeer bar, whereupon I managed to stumble my way back into the line for the Louvre. Fun fact: the toilets in the Louvre don't have seats. So I saw a bunch of stuff. I didn't take pictures of the really ...