Novotel Saint Quentin Golf
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- 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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... walk, so perfect. They haven't put their prices up since they opened 4(?) years ago 27 euro for 2 courses and 35 for 3. Cream of cauliflower soup, poached egg and chorizo for me. Beetroot pannacotta and a tartare of salmon and clams for Jeff. Both superb. A glass of champagne for me and glass of white each completed the deal. My fish with braised Fennell and artichoke delicious and beef cheek with honey carrots and a separate bowl of unctuous ...
Well I realize some people have no interest ... But I just can't help myself (if your eyes have glazed over in boredom already then read no more as I think you'll be disappointed if you're hoping it gets better...) I didn't have a clear plan for the day; just thought I'd walk and see where I ended up. Down past the Opera and heading toward the Louvre; and my loose plan was if it wasn't ...
... of Christiano Reynaldo. It was surprisingly satisfying (: the boats are designed really well and they catch the wind, pick up speed, turn and go unpredictable ways...fun for moms and Quin's. (Maybe even big brothers who prefer to sit in the shade and watch while discussing gaming strategies). By now we were feeling ready for our yummy dinner. Cooper led us to his chosen spot, right past the Pantheon, across from the beautiful ...
... are the final resting place for 6 million souls, originally buried in several cemetaries around Paris, moved 1780's to 1870's. We walked through underground passages, dimly lit, through rooms and rooms of artfully-arranged skulls and bones. Not my idea of a fun place it visit, but Lyric liked it, I guess, and took lots ...
... we visited the Louvre. We finished sooner than expected so took off walking to see the Arc de Triomphe going by way of Champs Elysees, the main boulevard. We stopped for gelato on our way. We went to the top of the Arc, spotted the Eiffel Tower and decided to walk there too. By the time we got to the Eiffel Tower, it was too late to go up. So we just gazed at it, and wandered around the park nearby. On our return home, we ate quiche from the bakery and salad in our ...