Villa Bellagio Bussy Saint Georges
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Today is our first full day back in Paris after the WELG, unfortunately though Arjan, Paul, Sean, and I all have a fairly bad cold because of lots of sneezing, coughing, and sore throats that we were exposed to during the WELG week. So we all slept in, I was the latest sleeping into 10:15am. We all pretty much just lounged around today, although I ran to the bank, to Dia, and then off to the buanderie (launderette) because ...
... salad of endive with Compte cheese, pear and roasted walnuts followed by before mentioned baby chooks marinated and cooked in olive oil, lemon, garlic and chilli with baby rats ( that's potatoes) green beans and oven roasted tomatoes. We also managed a 2011 Chablis premier crus and a bottle of Lirac from the south and the rest of the red we didn't get to finish Sunday night! I know I said I would take more notice of what I am drinking, promise I will! Until the next time! S ...
... and massive - four hundred year-old bridge, that is Paris' oldest, on my way back through the Cour Carrée, the eastern courtyard of the Louvre complex. After more than five hours, i have come full circle, and can finally head home. Back in my flat, i plan my evening while chatting with friends back in Montreal. The Palme d'or nominated new movie by Paolo Sorrentino has already been released over here, and the trailer plus the reviews from Cannes have piqued my interest. ...
... B. Usually this would be no problem for me - but with 5 bags and my Grandma we needed help! This lovely worker named Prince assisted us with a wheelchair and helped get everything onto the shuttle. All the workers we so kind to help that it was totally chaotic checking us in with our bags... They put a ticket for my bag to go to Miami. I was the one who caught the mistake (typically teacher). We waited ...
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After Notre Dame we had a pasta dinner at a restaurant near the Louvre so we could wait until 6pm and get free entry. The Louvre building itself is absolutely incredible. James and I don't know all that much about art so the main pieces we wanted to see were the Mona Lisa and Venus De Milo. I'd heard that Mona wasn't too impressive in person so my expectations were fairly low but I ...
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I stayed at this hotel last week, my party consisted of one adult and three children aged 7, 9 and 11.
This hotel is a modern built property, spotlessly clean, spacious lounge areas, great for kids to run
Just got back from 2 nights at the Holiday Inn at Disneyland Paris. Our party consisted of six people, 48, 42, 20, 18, 16, 16. Receptionists attitudes very mixed, some extremely helpful, others totally ignorant but once we were checked in we were delighted with the rooms. Very clean, spacious with everything you would expect from Holiday Inn - tea/coffee making facilities, toiletries in bathroom, spare pillows etc. Beds very comfortable with duvets. We did not eat in the hotel - wanted to spend as much time as possible at Disney. Spent some time in the hotel bar/lounge in the evening - drinks very very expensive and staff very very slow but overall package (rooms very cheap) still a good deal. Buses to theme park every few minutes. Would definitely recommend and would stay here again.
I have just got back from the holiday inn bussy 2 days ago and it was my first stay in Paris. I travelled with about another 25 people as we went on a school trip to disneyland and stayed there for the night. On arrival the hotel looked modern and welcoming from the exterior. On arrival into reception we were ushered in and ignored for about 15 minutes while the receptionist finished her phone call, she even shouted at us to be quite. The actual reception area is very bright and has lifts, a pool table and seating area in.
We stayed in the Holiday Inn Bussy St George for ten days at the end of September. The hotel was spotlessly clean with maid service everyday and plenty of clean towels. The nights were quite warm and we were very glad of the air-conditioning. There is a kettle and plastic cups and glasses in the room and an ice bucket - there is an ice machine on each floor. Bring your own tea/coffee or buy a small kit (one person) from reception. We filled the ice bucket each night to keep our milk fresh.
Great value, friendly staff
Holiday Inn Bussy St Georges was an excellent value. It is a little distance from Paris, but we made the trip every day with no problem. It only took us about 50 minutes on the RER to get from Charles De Gaulle Airport to the hotel, and about a 25 minute trip to Paris. The RER station is about 6 blocks from the hotel. Bussy St Georges is a small city and we felt completely safe walking from the train to the hotel at all hours of the day. The staff was the best part of the stay. They were pleasant, friendly, and readily helped out with any questions we had, ie. trying to figure out how to use an international calling card, which metro stations were the best to exit at for sightseeing, ect. The hotel was clean, quiet and comfortable.
We stayed in this hotel for 4 nights in July. We arrived by Plane into Paris and took the metro (RER). The ride to the hotel took 90 Mins. It seemed like an eternity since the trains were crowed, smelly and HOT (The French don't believe in Air Conditioning - or deodorant).
just back from disneyland paris stayed at the holiday inn bussy st george ,which is only 2 stops from marne le vallee on the rer which runs every 10 mins. supermarket beside the station very cheap and a nice chinese across the square much cheaper than disneyland. the stop in between disneyland and bussy st george is called val europe it has a huge hypermarket and outlet village worth stocking up on your drinks etc. for the park. paid 36 euros a night for a room with 2 double beds . stayed at the holiday inn in marne le vallee last year but the kids and myself preferred bussy st george the staff are great.
Very nice hotel
Nice, clean hotel. Had a good breakfast in the restaurant. Very friendly and accommodating staff who brought extra towels as soon as we requested them.