Novotel Saclay

Rue Charles Thomassin , Saclay, Île-de-France, 91400, France | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saclay

Butte aux Cailles, Saint-Ouen, Montmartre

A travel blog entry by kimdibb

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... day passes. The metro system here is very complex compared to the Skytrain in Vancouver. There are multiple levels and the stations include the metro and regional trains. It seemed at little daunting at first but we got used to it fairly quickly. At one of the stops we didn't know how to get out of the station. There were only turnstiles and we didn't know how to get past them, so there we were pushing on various doors trying to get out and ...

Weekend in Paris

A travel blog entry by digbyrose

11

... by the deep silence of contemplative prayer that is then broken by the strident chimes of the church bell. Highly symbolic, steeped in tradition and ceremony, yet inclusive - the mass concludes and we step out of the church and blink with the bright sunshine. Special and most memorable!

On the weekend the population of Paris swells - we walk shoulder to shoulder with tourists and Parisiennes as the bells of Notre Dam ring out ...

Day 40 - Louvre, Eiffel Tower, and Trocadero

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego

39

... across the river and offers great views of the Eiffel Tower. On the way there we were in the middle of buying some Eiffel Tower souvenirs from a street vendor when he suddenly took off running. Apparently he was running from the police, along with his other street-selling vendor friends, as I guess it's illegal for them to sell the way they do. These vendors are all over the place as we probably walked past more than 20 of them over ...

Paris, je ne t'aime pas, but you are ok

A travel blog entry by mikeraph

1
307

... one station to the next. And Belleville is suburb where some of the best street art is. Spent the morning wandering around with a mate from the hostel, Nathan. Found some really cool walls (and trucks) covered with graffiti, especially the Rue Deyonez. Some old hippie even showed us around his studio and went on some 15 minute drug-addled rant about god knows what.

The Pere Lachaise cemetery is also worth a visit. Cool to see the graves ...

More stairs, Impressionism, narcissism & war

A travel blog entry by kar60

4

... the descriptive cliche, "Napoleon Complex", yet I now have a new reverence for the full meaning behind it!! Napoleon's tomb embeds him w/in 7 caskets encased in a rosewood scrolled number perched atop a gigantic marble plinth. All this sits in a circular room w/ elaborate guilding and paintings above on the domed ceiling. Surrounding, are detailed reliefs carved into the stone walls, each depicting Napoleon's greatness: his dispensed justice; his peace promotion, ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Rue Charles Thomassin , Saclay, is near Temple of Love, The Royal Chapel (La Chapelle Royale), Malmaison, and Usines Center.
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