Novotel Massy Palaiseau

Address: 18-20 Rue Emile Baudot, Palaiseau, Île-de-France, 91120, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 18-20 Rue Emile Baudot, Palaiseau, is near Malmaison and Cogema.
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        Travel Blogs from Palaiseau

        After 4 days, the RER works

        A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Oct 13, 2015

        ... I'd do it again this Friday! My first class on Friday has an exam, so I don't have to be there until like 1:30pm on Friday! I like this job.

        I took my time getting home, since I didn't have to have a lesson until 4:30, but in fact, I should do it starting at 4pm. The children go to Talmud to work on Hebrew at 5pm until like 7pm. They haven't gone in a while since there have been a lot of holidays. It was really nice being alone for two hours. I got a load ...

        Day 6 and 7: the Eiffel Tower and a country Chatea

        A travel blog entry by thekingstravels on Sep 18, 2015

        14 photos

        ... great roundabout now. The statue in the middle of the roundabout is quite spectacular and celebrates the triumph of the revolution. Two columns represent one of the original gates into Paris - these are huge and have statues of Philip 2nd and Louis 9th on them. Very impressive. The Chateau Vincennes is also very impressive. It has been a fortified structure since the 12th century, having undergone a number of reno's since then. It served as a royal residence from the time of ...

        Paris - Day 5

        A travel blog entry by jimwitmer on Jul 30, 2015

        2 comments, 8 photos

        ... between French, German and English. It was wild to see everyone slipping so easily into the different languages. I found I could actually follow along on the conversations in French, but could never have contributed in French. I was much more comfortable sticking with English and German! The wine, the hors d'oeuvres, the meal and the dessert were followed by a wonderful Champagne: a most lovely ...

        Last Day...Sacre Couer and Champs Élysées

        A travel blog entry by suzandpatsy on Jun 14, 2015

        2 comments, 9 photos

        ... people. Montmartre was packed. We gave up. Found a metro and went to the Champs élysées ..hoping to find the food market. No luck. This Sunday is all sports and fitness. We strolled the long wide ave use, crowded with tourist and shoppers. We did find a delightful restaurant off the Main Street. Maserati cars, and other expensive ...

        Day One: Paris

        A travel blog entry by woklyn on Apr 28, 2015

        9 comments, 7 photos

        ... influx of people from other countries since the EU was extended! He seemed quite a bright young man, however he told us not to waste time in the appartment , that we must get out and see Paris today!! He thus revealed a distinct lack of understanding on two levels: firstly he has no idea that people who may be a few years older than himself don't attempt to see everything in one day, which is why we give ourselves ...