Novotel Senart Golf Greenparc

Address: Route de Villepecle, St Pierre du Perray, Île-de-France, 91280, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Route de Villepecle, St Pierre du Perray, is near Etiolles Colonial Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from St Pierre du Perray

    First Visit to International Disneyland #1

    A travel blog entry by khaira on Jul 24, 2015

    9 photos

    Yo peeps! It's the most awesome person of the Khaira family writing this blog entry!! Yep, you guessed! It's Meera! Bravo. Anywho, this entry is about my favorite part of the entire trip: our day visit to International Disneyland Paris. It's the second International Disneyland to be open to the public, right after Disneyland Tokyo. The third is Disneyland Hong Kong and the forth, (which is still under construction and is to be opened in the Spring of 2016) Disneyland Shanghai. Just ...

    Nocturnal Beaver Thyroids

    A travel blog entry by vzhang3 on Jun 11, 2015

    25 photos

    ... I don't know what it was called. Got back on the bus, and went to a vineyard. The vineyard tour was also impeccable. I've been on vineyard tours before, but normally they would be with my dad, and so the wine would be made in a very specific way, which normally involves keeping the wine in the barrel for hundreds of years (maybe I exaggerate.) This woman made wine that is normally drunk at the dinner table, and the older it is, the worse it is. I'm ...

    The Last Day

    A travel blog entry by aacamuso on Apr 27, 2015

    6 photos

    ... stopped into Le Castle Cafe where we had a bite of lunch. Next on the agenda was the Louvre. Here we split into a few groups and saw some brilliant sights. Some saw the Mona Lisa, others Napoleon's apartments, others Egyptian artifacts and the list goes on. As usual there was more to see than time in the day, so we had to part from the Louvre and mosey along to our next stop: the Latin Quarter and Notre Dame. While ...

    My Other Hometown

    A travel blog entry by tatianameeker on Nov 21, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... are giant bookstores in France, similar to what Borders used to be in the USA but often quite larger. We went and picked up some BD’s and just sat in the store reading for two hours. I noticed we weren’t the only ones doing so, and the salespeople weren’t at all bothered by our presence or the fact that we didn’t buy anything at the end. It was a nice way to relax and read new material without paying for it. I’ve also been trying to take ...

    Jerome Seydoux-Pathe' Foundation

    A travel blog entry by telket on Oct 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... 19th-century headquarters. It was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano who also did the N.Y. Times and the California Academy of Sciences buildings here in the U.S. The foundation houses a collection of old film equipment and movie posters. Silent films are projected with piano accompaniment once a day.