Golden Tulip Paris CDG Airport Villepinte
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... scheduled our breakfasts for 7am thinking we could be at the gates by 8am and beat all the crowds. The breakfast consists of powdered eggs, terrible little sausages, terrible thin bacon, a bunch of breads, rolls, and croissants with jams and honey, cereal and milk, and a couple juice selections along with coffee. It suffices to fill us up, but the secret to saving money is making lunch at the breakfast buffet. There is also a selection of cold meats ...
... hearing their own voice so they talk really load, this then made it difficult to hear our commentary via our earphones about the significant spots around town. We made the decision to get off at the Eiffel Tower and guess what we had to wait in the ticket line with a really annoying American who obliviously had issues hearing as he TALKED REALLY LOUD and asked really dumb questions, like is the scaffolding part of the original tower? Really come on, the tower was built in ...
... fellow artists lived in. The Kiss, the Thinker, are just some of his well known collection. We then made our way west to that famous iron structure, the Eiffel Tower. On our way there, we were blown away by Les Invalides, the incredible 18th century building that was used to house and care for wounded soldiers. Just another grandiose building in this unbelievably historic city! Fifteen minutes later we reached the park - families, friends, ...
... a store where I can get an affordable tee shirt other than a souvenir one. Maybe not in Paris?? Decided we had had enough again, it was 5 pm, time flies! So taxi back to hotel, would have loved cup of tea but no jugs etc in room. Had a rest, did some blogging then off out for food. Had a kebab and then back to room for more blog and tv for Simon....watching French films??? No plans as yet for our last day in Paris, will need to get ready to leave Monday for Avignon. But one day in Paris to ...
Today a trip to Cimetiere Du Pere Lachaise proved to be more difficult than I thought. Besides being the largest in Paris, and on a hill, if you don't read the map correctly, you will be looking at a lot of graves of people you don't know! When entering, there is a map poster, which I thought I read....#37 Jim Morrison. So I went on search to find it. After 2 hours I realized I would just have to give up. I went back to check the map one more time only to realize it was 37, it was ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Tulip Paris CDG Airport Villepinte Roissy
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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