Hotel Charlemagne

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1 rue Charcot, Metro (1) : Pont de Neuilly, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Ile-de-France, 92200, France
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Costs about the same, but rated 12% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Travel Tips for Neuilly-sur-Seine

The origin of the French fries


The Parmentier's statue stays in front of the city hall.

Parmentier is the man who introduced the potatoe in France at the end of the 18' century. It was an important issue because the population was too numerous and the climate was becomen too cold. So a huge food shortage was permanent and the potatoe was the solution.

Easy to plant, easy to grow with a good nutritious hability. But the population refused to eat the potatoes : the devil's vegetable (because it grows underground) coming from a salvage country (at this time).

Parmentier bought a field in Neuilly in the "Plaine des Sablons" and planted his potatoes.

He had an idea to catch the interest of the French people. During the day, the field was guarded by soldiers as precious things. At night, the soldiers left and the people whose curiosity was stimulated went to steal the potatoes and discovered they were a good food.

Meanwhile, Louis 16e had a potatoe white flower at his royal hat. To everybody telling him what was this flower, he answered : "it is a potatoe flower, the plant which is able to feed My People".

May be, it was the first advertisement using a star.

Neuilly Appartment

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This picture is the entrance to the general block where I live. Most house in Neuilly are designed same way, and they are very quite and confortable. Most of these houses have private gardens, which, are well maintained. The small private Gardens..


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Neuilly aujourd’hui

Située sur la rive droite de la Seine, à 8 km de Paris-Notre-Dame, Neuilly est limitée au Nord-Est par Levallois-Perret, à l’Est par Paris, au Sud par le Bois de Boulogne et à l’Ouest par la Seine et La Défense. Sa superficie est de 375ha dont 28ha d’espaces verts. Son altitude est de 32/34m.
Selon le dernier recensement de mars 1999, sa population est de 60364 habitants. Ceux-ci sont désignés sous le nom de Neuilléens.

Depuis 1964, la Ville est administrativement rattachée au Département des Hauts de Seine et compte deux cantons : Neuilly-Nord et Neuilly-Sud.

Sur le plan urbain, Neuilly est avant tout une ville résidentielle se caractérisant par une architecture et un urbanisme de grande qualité qui concourt à lui donner un cadre de vie agréable, dans un environnement privilégié.

"View of La Defence from pont de Neuilly"

An amazing sunset over La Defence. This could be view right from the pont de Neuilly. The garden here do serve as a lovers paradise.

"Bois de Boulogne"

The popular bois de boulogne is situated a few hundred meters from my appartment, it is a nice place for family outings and camping. A lot of tourist come here to do horse riding and other form of holiday relaxation.


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Address: 1 rue Charcot, Metro (1) : Pont de Neuilly, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Ile-de-France, 92200, France