Sejours & Affaires Pantin Charles De Gaulle

Address: 139 Avenue Jean Lolive, Pantin, Île-de-France, 93500, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 139 Avenue Jean Lolive, Pantin, is near Parc de la Villette, Musee de la Musique, Cite de La Musique, and Zenith.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSejours & Affaires Pantin Charles De Gaulle

Reviewed by gaily

Going to heaven before you die...

Reviewed Apr 6, 2014
by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

When you are good in life, very, very good, you go to heaven before you die. In this situation, heaven is a hotel called the Prince de Galle. Look it up on the internet and prepare to be enriched!!!

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Travel Blogs from Pantin

Going to heaven before you die...

A travel blog entry by gaily on Apr 06, 2014

Bonjour mes amies
J'arrive en Paris. C'est formidable!
Staying at the Prince de Galle is a life highlight. Like going to heaven before you die. Arriving, you are greeted by hatted doormen, standing next to two golden leafed trees. You enter through golden revolving doors and the dream begins.
As soon as you enter the hotel, you are …

Paris...what a difference a day can make

A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on Jul 15, 2014

2 comments, 95 photos

... I was desperate to do laundry (literally had no underwear left and was wearing my swimwear) so first thing the next day was to find a laundromat. Off I went but realised I needed washing powder and was going to have to sit in the laundromat for about 90 minutes as was self service so wanted to go back to apartment to let Kate know and get washing powder. Now the apartment door had the biggest security lock on it I had ever seen and even the owner showed me a couple ...

Is Paris Burning?

A travel blog entry by kathmom on Jun 17, 2014

10 photos

... after 500 years. We crossed to the original Louvre, begun in 1190 and lived in by Louis XIV before Versailles. The size of the building and amount of art it houses are too hard to fathom.

After a welcome Starbucks stop, we walked through the Tuileries Garden. We found out Parisiennes love to sit (when they aren't working, assuming they're employed) around pools, fountains, etc., in public places on chairs provided by the city, and they were doing that ...

Last day :(

A travel blog entry by chefmanineurope on Dec 26, 2013

21 photos

... we didn't waste money on the audio guide. Well I got the app and that was quote pointless. We saw the Egyptian exhibit and that was legit hella old stuff. Jewelry, and statues and sarcophagus' it was sweet. I have always really liked the Egyptian times in history class so I kinda knew what was up in the hood. The louvre is huge and it's probably impossible to see everything in one day. But we did lol not really. I made jokes about it that we ...

Paris, chocolate and Notre Dame !

A travel blog entry by nermeeng on Oct 04, 2013

... us all and we're going to miss them a lot.

We took the metro so we could arrive to the train station and take a direct train to Paris. Being the good students that we are, we decided to do our homework in the train. We arrived at lunch time to Paris so we hurried to the hostel to put our bags in some kind of storage room then proceeded on going to a restaurant called "Les Bonnes Soeurs" to eat some food. I ...