BridgeStreet Champs Elysees - Berri
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Pets allowed
Photos of BridgeStreet Champs Elysees - Berri
TripAdvisor Reviews BridgeStreet Champs Elysees - Berri Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... They let us have a taste of pastry which was very light but had sugar cubes stuck to the side of it, nothing inside but shaped like a ball. More sugar!
Then Bernard brought us to a wine and cheese bar where we had oysters and cheese and ham and bread. This place was a very local place. It was small, with a bar where you placed your order.It was packed. We found a table in the corner. They also had tables made out of wine barrels so if you wanted to stand you ...
... the Arc was absolutely terrifying!! I remember that everyone else in the shuttle was asleep except Chris and myself. We kept looking at each other with looks of terror. There were cars going in rach and every direction, all within inches of one another and then the driver would put his foot to the floor, speeding along tiny streets at 90km/h . By the time we arrived back it was only early afternoon so the gang all chilled in our room, some had naps, ...
... license when she is older. Every time she came close to anyone she was beeping her horn (there wasn't one, but she knew exactly where it would be). Maybe she has spent too much time in Paris with the Parisian drivers......all you hear are horns beeping and sirens going. Its crazy.
All in all it was a great day. We have now ticked Euro Disney off our list, but i don't think we would do it again.
Eiffel Tower ...
... br> Up to the 58 metre restaurant. Trip advisor gives you tarot card reading experiences of this institution. Many fine recommendations about good food, spectacular views etc.
Not so for us. Cuisine mean, smoked salmon which had sat so long on the plate, that it was encrusted to it. Chicken that would have done Wagga Wagga Ag college cafeteria proud. Dry, shrivelled and certainly past its prime. And it ...
... dreading have to return via ferry back to London.
Our long day of driving saw us pulling into Paris at around 6pm, just on dusk. We stayed at the Alliance Hotel Paris Porte de Saint Ouen, which I think is a part of the Holiday Inn chain. My room was nice, there was tea and coffee making facilities, which seemed to be rare thing at our hotels. My roommate's name is Emily. She is from Newcastle, or ...