Kyriad Paris Est - Porte De Bercy - Saint Maurice
Photos of Kyriad Paris Est - Porte De Bercy - Saint Maurice
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
- Fitness/Health center
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Beppin no Yu Kuji
Travel Blogs from Paris
... that had icecream on the inside and melted chocolate sauce to cover! So yum! Lots of music and laughing was to be had and the musicians even made Kimberley and I get up to do the chicken dance in front of everyone. Thankfully Paul and Davor joined us!! We then topped the night off by seeing the sparkling Eiffel Tower! Such a good day! Le'escharmouche - restaurant where we had ...
... down all the way up and down. Had we been looking at anything else Sue would have wanted to go back to the hotel. You would think after 40 yrs I would understand by now? Did not here one siren today. Yesterday there were police, ambulances and pompiers all day. Ready to leave Paris now and have my own car and for Sue some proper GF food as her stomach has been sore since we got ...
... Only to stop 15 km outside Paris for 2 hours due to a broken down train in front of us.
So the long shot was, we crawled into London at midnight, 29 hours delayed. And Ween was there at the station to bring me home ( and another stray person I had picked up from somewhere). How amazing is that? So Kaye and I are obviously jinxed and will never be seeing each other again apart from a quick trip to a pub somewhere safe.
... my walk from the hostel to the museum I stopped and got a baguette and some of the smallest strawberries I have seen since I used to pick them myself in New Albany. Mmm, they were so sweet. I chose a spot by the Seine and ate as I watching all the boats and jogger pass by. I shared half my breakfast with a transient who was sleeping in a tent by the river, he apparently travels around Europe that way, on his bike. Or ...
So we have yet to figure out what time Parisians REALLY start their day at. Understandably, yesterday's morning was right after all the NYE festivities, so people slept in. I hope they did, anyway, since we passed several groups of revelers waiting for the metro, returning from their night's activities, at 7 in the morning! But this morning again, we headed out around 7:30am for croissants and to check out a local produce market held twice a ...