Prince de Galles Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Motel - Lansing
Staying at the Prince de Galle is like going to heaven before you die. From the moment you arrive, you are embraced in a sense of well being and tranquility.
Gentle scents soothe your senses, bed linen as soft as baby's skin caress your body, waiters address any questions with respect and refinement.
Food is on another plateau again, flavours that are so beguiling, you loose the power of speech and give yourself over to the pure enjoyment of taste.
The only sad thing about the Prince de Galle is having to leave...
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Face it. No one can sleep on a flight overseas. We landed in Paris very groggy. Fortunately a representative from the Hotel Prince de Galles meet us on the plane's gangway. He wisked us through Customs and into our waiting car. Rush hour traffic in Paris is way worse then Chicago. The hotel let us check in at 9:30 instead of the normal 3:00. We …
... along the way to look at and buy. The girls got some cute things. Eventually made it to the Champs Élysées!!!!!! and strolled toward the Arche de Triumph! Wow!!! Stopped in some shops here too ... girls got more stuff and I got another T shirt 😏. Getting late so went down to the Metro to go home and check on Grace. As we got on the car I noticed people acting sort of funny ... they were getting off the car after just having gotten on and it seemed that ...
... in the views as we trekked our way! There we enjoyed our breakfast on the lawn and relaxed a little, then sadly found out that the tower was closed! Then we continued onto the arc du triumph, champs élysées and all the shopping, a few crepes, the love lock bridge where we added our own, and down to notre dame! Then we went for a nice French dinner before heading back home ...
... and the audio tour narrates the films at your point of arrival, so it (more or less) syncs up, but you can join the film at any point and just stay until you’ve looped back to where you entered. It was a good system. The films demonstrate visually how the chateau began and was extended over the years.
From there, we climbed the staircase and began the tour of the royal rooms. While all rooms had other visitors, it was never that crowded, which was ...
... a piece of pita-like break with olives, oregano, cheese, sesame and tomato inside. It was hot and went down very easily as we walked back to the station. As we got there at around 2:30 Eammon and Ellie-Mae pulled up on their rented bikes and we made our next game plan. First things first they wanted to drop their bikes at one of the many drop-off stations around the city that belonged to the same, huge, automated bike rental company. After 2 failed attempts we finally found one with ...