Golden Tulip Paris CDG Airport Villepinte
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... her grand children staying with her for this week. They are very cute but I don't think they are used to non-French speaking people, so I think they find me a little odd. I mean, I do understand what they're saying, but I can be a bit slow. So I hung-out with them and watch Mary Poppins in French :) the other day I also watched the Full Monty in French. It's really different to hear the different voice and language dubbed over. Tuesday 29 July 2013: Still have a ...
... monument where the prison used to be. The prison was stormed on July 14th, 1789 one of the events that sparked the French Revolution. We're sad we'll miss being in Paris on July 14th to celebrate Bastille Day. I'm sure it would be something to see! Next we went to the Latin Quarter. We'd walked through once before but didn't have a chance to really enjoy it. If we get a chance to come back to Paris we will definitely be staying in the Latin Quarter. ...
... nice to have other students staying in the home. We all ate dinner together, which consisted of soup, salad, chicken, bread, cheese, and strawberries. I was so starving so it all tasted like a 5 star meal! After dinner I had planned on staying in and getting settled but the other girls were going out to a bar to study and asked me to join. So we all set off to Place Plum and drank together! We had a great time and I know that I'm going to have a great summer here in Tours!!!
... to call it a day. Walked back to Juvs and as one does decided perhaps a glass of Pol 2002 would be a good idea, well a glass a bottle who's counting. Polished said bottle off and on to a Clape Marsanne from the Rhone Valley. Could see that things could get messy so hit the road! Picked up some bread, olives, salami to go with cheeses and had a quiet night in with a delicious bottle of Lirac I had bought from Tim last year. Love Steph ...
... Terri tells me his wife is french) looking just like... well, Jarvis Cocker really.
Slightly stressful and tiring trek to the Hostel out of Gare du Nord but a very warm welcome and cold beer on arrival but then...the room.....2 bunks in about 8 sq metres and I'm on the top of one of them..I went out and had dinner, a very good confit duck, dreading the night ahead which was bloody awful. Just had ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
This is a basic hotel with great service but limited dining options. only a buffet for meals which was expensive. But very convenient for an overnight at the airport.
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