Hotel du Chateau
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel du Chateau Neuilly-sur-Seine
Travel Blogs from Neuilly-sur-Seine
... with your hands. I really wanted lentils that night, but interestingly, lentils and meat are never served together (like really I asked for a side of lentils, and they were like, no) because that's too much protein (maybe.) I got a really delicious lamb and stole some of alexa's lentils. After that, we walked to Amorino (Alexa loves Amorino) and then I went to ultimate practice to burn off some calories (and because I love it.) It was incredibly rainy the entire day, but when ...
... to the end of the town and getting to a house right next to the highway. This was not a good sign. I suggested we talk to the family members standing outside of their house, and I can't remember if the conversation was in English or French (probably me speaking french and the locals speaking English back...) but it ended in the young woman asking us if we wanted her father to drive us to the train station 4km away to rent bikes. That was super nice, but we declined, ...
... his employee at the restaurant he owns, and my wife just left me, to "think.") Very french. It was super fun, and I will definitely come back for the last two weeks. Unfortunately, the club goes on vacation in July, so I only have two weeks left. Mais sa marche bien, parce que après, je peut aller au Frisbee. (AKA, i think I'm no longer injurred!) Additionally, I began to do yoga, because of the advice of my best friend Luke, so I looked up a video on youtube. ...
... Unfortunately, me and my other friend who lives in the suburb couldn't go to the very top because we had to get back, and there was a 30 minute wait before the line opened because the top was too crowded. I plan on going back, and maybe not taking the stairs (we will see.) At ultimate practice, I couldn't really understand the junk zone they were trying to explain to me in French, so I had to ask them to use english, but I think it's ok. Once and a while and all. ...
... by the end of the trip. I'm a little um, sensitive towards donut peaches, but the slight allergic reaction was worth it.
The boats were insane, as in, we got stuck in the middle of the river a few times and our pilot and one of the students jumped in the river and pushed us off the sandbank (but that was his goal of the entire trip, so congrats, Kyle, congrats). Along the way our pilot (sailmaster?) who only spoke french, knelt on the boat ...