Kyriad Colombes

Address: Zac Kleber 1 Rue Albert Camus, Colombes, Île-de-France, 92700, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Zac Kleber 1 Rue Albert Camus, Colombes, is near La Defense, La Grande Arche de La Defense, Vert d'Absinthe, and Constantin Brancusi Studio.
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    Travel Blogs from Colombes

    Arles (Van Gogh) and Camargue (spanish influence)

    A travel blog entry by xplorercaroline on Jul 13, 2015

    ... side, given they were so close to one another during their life. Before being taken on a 'Van Gogh walk' by Jacqueline, we visited a Roman Amphitheatre, now used in the region as a bull ring, obvious by the stalls now ready for the bulls. The second town we visited was Camargue to Stes Mariesde-la-Mer, where Gypsies gather annually to nour their patron saint. We were in Camargue when the bulls ran through the town being chased by horses - this was a VERY ...


    A travel blog entry by haydo on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... problem I thought but they would only accept cash. Annie had $30 Australian so we changed A$10 of it for €6.78 at a money changer and Annie could buy her souvenir without me drawing at the ATM. The Travelcard is a winner. At this stage I will leave France tomorrow with €1.34 in cash. After completing our walk down the Champs, we headed for shops at Les Hailes. We walked around it but it was undergoing ...

    Paris - First 2 Weeks

    A travel blog entry by hendricksone on Apr 12, 2015

    ... saw a performance of Le Bourgeois gentilhomme, a classical French comedy by Molière. We’d read it for Cathy’s class, and watching it performed was a real treat. Molière is really quite funny, and the actors gave a perhaps exaggerated rendition, so the whole thing was very bizarre. Molière is famous for inventing the “comedy-ballet”—basic ally a comedy with ballet breaks between scenes. Apparently, this was a big deal, because Louis XIV ...

    Le Carnavalet Museum

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Nov 14, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... for dinner of oysters, Toulouse pork sausages, vegetables and shop bought rice creams. ps we have just watched the TV show called the biggest cabaret of the world hosted by Patrick Sebastian which is on every Friday night and if we had this at home we would watch religiously. They have novelty acts from magicians, singers, acrobats, comics, and jugglers. Good old fashioned music ...

    Ping - Montmatre- Villette

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... grill which was strapped to the back of their bike. Amazingly enough one could buy Gucci bags and fancy named watches at discounted rates. We ate a picnic on the grassy hill of the Basilica. It gave us a good view over the city. We beat the heat and toured the basilica. They were trying in many ways to raise funds for the church - candles, ...