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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... at Disney Studios. We went to one show which featured Martin Short immersed in classic movie scenes from the Titanic, Gone with the Wind, to name a few. It was cute and something different for us. Next we headed to the backlot tour, which is a very scaled back version of the one from Hollywood Studios in Orlando. We then went over to the shops at Disney Village and sought out our purchases. Once we picked out what we wanted, we made a mental note to get them before leaving to save ...
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... blooming, and the fountains were all turned off. Justin and I found a restaurant by ourselves last night. Everyone else wanted crepes for dinner, we left a half hour later then they did, ate dinner, were back at the hotel and completely packed before they got back. Irritating part here: Last night was France's night to switch to daylight savings time. Instead of knocking at our door last night to tell us. They gave us a 20 minute ...
... all very messy. They were lovely hosts, with a full breakfast laid out every morning when we awoke. And they had bagels, which are non-existent in France.
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