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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Today we were playing put first game in Paris, however due to storms it was canceled and we we watched the Wimbledon final of the joker and fed express. The SAC was an athletic club and had great facilities, many lads played squash and indoor tennis. Not much to report as there wasn't much ...
... from the restaurant, along a street running next to the Seine, both of us were struck by the amount of daylight visible at 9:30 in the evening. In fact, at 10:00 it was still not totally dark on our patio. It's the northerly latitude of Paris that accounts for the longer periods of daylight at this time of year, so we'll have even more time to be outdoors, assuming we can still manage to hobble around!
It's great to be back in Paris...again!
... clerics, appointed by Napoleon since the Concordat. In order not to jeopardize the new balance between Church and State, the pope accepted to attend the coronation. The original sketches (as was typical in those days) showed the (key) subjects - including the Pope - minus their clothing, which was added in the actual painting. The pope was originally pictured with hands crossed on his lap, but ...
Cath thought we might find a map at the markets. So We scour the place looking through folders of old maps, but as we had found in an antique map shop we stumbled across in St Germain, what passes for old maps are pages from 18th and 19th century atlases. Nothing from the 20th century let alone the mid-20th century. Much of the market is antique furniture, retro clothing and some jewellery.
Two vignettes struck me at the markets. A group of ...
... have set out to find is closed, despite contrary indications on the door. I settle for a unmarkable coffee and even more unremarkable blueberry muffin from the place next door, then walk to the metro, bound for Montparnasse station. An hour later, i am on a TGV train bound for Tours in the Loire Valley, munching on a pistachio macaron and sipping a similarly-colored smoothie, both purchased from Paul, a fitting send off. It is raining in Paris as the train speeds off down the ...