Ibis Styles Paris Bercy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... were out and it took longer to get there by metro. The restaurant was lovely, casual and easy to have the kids in. Our kids had steak and vegetables, and we had a beautiful crab salad and terrine for starters followed by fish and lamb. It was a lovely meal. By the time we finished it was after 10pm and the sky was still blue. We caught cabs home and pretty much collapsed into bed all four of us....maybe even a sleep in ...
... comfortable and I was tired. The movie got off to a slow start but by the end, I was laughing so hard! I didn't expect it to be that funny but the movie was awkward funny about a boy learning ping pong over the summer in the 80s and playing against the bully. I won't spoil any of it! (I will if you really want to know since you probably won't see it). We picked a winner because I was dreading sitting in the theater during a terrible movie. We all enjoyed ...
... located in the center of the city. Within a 3-block radius you can sample some of the best food the city has to offer & buy pretty much anything kitchen related at the numerous culinary stores. We stopped at Stohrer - the oldest pastry shop in Paris opened in 1730 by King Louis XV's pastry chef. This chef is credited for creating the baba au rhum - a yeast cake that is soaked in rum & oh so richly delicious. The patisserie gives you ...
... around on razor scooters and roller skates. It was really nice just sitting and watching everyone. I like Paris, and contrary to what everyone says, we have only met one rude person, yesterday, who wouldn't help us with buying a French SIM card. Everyone else has been lovely, helpful and pleasant and as soon we we tell them that we can't speak French, they try with a little English, hand actions and whatever else is necessary to have a conversation with ...
... through the Christmas shopping crowds, fully kitted with automatic weapons, fingers on the trigger guards.
How about taking a Ferrari or a Lamborghini for a drive for 85 Euros. Cool - anywhere but central Paris, and then 75 Euro for a Christmas tree wrapped in onion bag to take home, and they were selling well.
Despite the legendary French cuisine, fast food, particularly American is very ...