Novotel Saint Quentin Golf
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Saint Quentin Golf St-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Enjoyed our stay.....shame it's so far away from the centre of the city
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... need to go, route is instantly displayed
7. Most people in service industry speak english
9. Having one currency so you don't have to convert all of your money every time you cross a border
10. The Schengen area; you can walk across national borders without showing your passport, ID, or so much as talking to anyone at all
11. A lot of other things
-When on a french train, ...
There are so many beggars here, but the fellow on the bike had a wonderful and creative way of earning money, we were around the corner in rue Rambuteau having a lovely flat white coffee, made by Nini who learnt to make coffee in Australia, when this fellow passed us by. The suspended bowl is his begging bowl. We caught the train out to Stade de France, all so terribly ...
... to the Champs Élysées and saw the Concorde with its hieroglyphics. We wondered down the wide street and really wished for a bicycle rickshaw to take us back. Our feet were so tired. However, we saw the Musee du Organgerie and decided to head in. Was great with awesome painting displays. It was almost time to head to the other side of the river for dinner so off to the metro we went. We got our ticket and bypassed the queue for ...
... for us to use. Feeling as if we were part of some Mission Impossible adventure we flew down the platform stairs and I'm sure we even commando rolled our way onto the train, the doors closing within a whisker of us (ok maybe it wasn't that dramatic but it sure felt that way.) Everyone in the carriage noticed our grand entrance watching as we desperately tried to work out if we really were on the right train. Follow commuters came to our aid asking us where ...