Sejours & Affaires Pantin Charles De Gaulle
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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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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 …
We woke up too early, thanks to jetlag. Wide awake, we were ready for breakfast by the time 8am rolled around. That was the time we'd told Phillipe, our host at the b&b. We went upstairs to his and his wife's apartment on the 6th floor of our building (which Phillipe lived in as a child) and had a lovely breakfast of breads, croissants and fruit with excellent coffee. We decided to wander down to Jardins du Tuilleries (lovely big gardens) but got sidetracked while looking for a ...
... and get a crepe. Yummy! I always get plain Nutella in mine. Speaking of food, for dinner, we walked around looking for a good place to eat. We finally found one spot that looked good, but there were so many people smoking and we left. We did find a place right across the street, and we sat outside. It was kind of cold and windy, but we loved the fresh air. I had a cheeseburger ( and yes, Taylor, with cheese ), French fries ( get it? ...
... Eiffel Tower. The very top floor was closed as it was too windy could only go as high as the second floor. It was really windy up there too! Weather has been relatively mild...wind quite cold but only minimal rain..at the moment Had a very nice lunch at a restaurant just near the tower...Hotel Au Bon Accueil, was planning on going back on Saturday but they close...sure we will find somewhere else! More sight seeing ...
... The Eiffel Tower is an amazing construction - standing under it quite daunting. We were not harassed by any gypsies / pick pockets as some of our group were. Back to the hotel by 4pm, so Paul and I used the time to visit the local shopping centre near the hotel, where I had to ask 3 people, "parley-vous Anglais?". I was in luck; only one person did not speak French and that was a young women in the perfume department of a large ...