Kyriad Prestige Le Bourget
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Le Bourget
... Saw the paparazzi and these tiny little models and so much Chanel I almost past out. I had no idea who anyone was (so much security and police it was hard to move). When I got myself sorted I moved away and was keeping away from the gypsy groups and then the heavens opened up and it went really cold. I had plenty of time to kill before my skip the line tour for the Eiffel Tower so I jumped back on the 9 to grab my raincoat and dry off. Doing all worked perfectly ...
... a Red Bull F1 replica. At the Nespresso shop there were two security guards (one inside and one outside). I wanted to ask them what they were protecting. Perhaps someone has been nicking the coffee pods!!! No public toilets on the Champs, so McDonalds and Häagen-Dazs are very popular. It is so buzzy and, of course, at the top you have the greatest roundabout in the world around the Arc de Triomphe. I could sit there for hours watching the cars just miss each other as ...
... heading over to O Chateau for the wine tasting. Walk there faster than expected so time for a cup of tea first. The tasting session is fully booked - mostly Americans - and goes for an hour. Mostly a talk about the wine regions of France - Loire, Burgundy, Bordeaux and Rhône. Taste 3 wines - a white, Muscadet from Loire (grapefruit and very nice says our tasting notes). A Malbec from Cahors (southwest) ...
On a business trip to Seattle, while Mary and I were sitting in the hotel room, Mary receives a call from Sandy, her good Florida friend and veteran traveling companion, suggesting she join her and a group of women for a trip to the Burgundy region. Not that she asked me, but my answer was yes, as long as I came along. With a 10 minute decision, we were committed to going to France for a canal barge trip. This had been on ...
... Not the same I think!. After some further walking we came to the Louvre. Again Paul's story telling of the history of the Louvre brought it to life. We were falling in love with Paris. Across from the Louvre we walked passed a monument to Napolean. It was explained to us that it looked nothing like him as he was a short fat man, but all his statues show him as tall and skinny. It seems they had photoshop back then as well. We then ...