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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Pavillon Bleu Trappes
The hotel was reached by shuttle in a roundabout way. There was no provision on the shuttle bus for baggage storage. Rooms are small and tired but have a safe and tissues - no toiletries (although they are available from reception)- just hand wash. There is a good wifi service and tea and coffee making facilities.
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Left Brussels today on the Thalys high speed train. Sorry to be leaving in a way because we enjoyed ourselves there. So we have started our way back home. Taxi to train, Train to Paris, train to airport, bus to hotel, bus back to airport in the morning. Long flight to Singapore tomorrow. Watched the World Cup final live with Australia losing to NZ …
The hotel in Bangkok was fantastic- it's the 5th best airport hotel in the world. The weather very warm and humid. We caught the Skyrail into town and walked around for a while before returning to the impressive hotel pool. It was then time for the long flight to Paris. On the plus side the plane, an A380, was not very full, very quiet and …
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... home to have a coffee by Notre Dame and stopped to listen to the buskers on the bridge. Dinner tonight was at Robert et Louise where we had the lamb leg slices and entrecote BBQed on the hot plate with our first burgundy pinot noir. It went well with meat but we are yet to be convinced by pinot noir. Creme brulee and fromage blanc with raspberry coulis made the night. If the weather holds it is cycling tomorrow. Bon ...
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