Pullman Paris Bercy

1 Rue de Libourne , Paris, Île-de-France, 75012, France | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $209.00
 

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All that jazz on rue Cler

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07

17

... wide and 900-meters-long. There is a pedestrian path, the Allee des Cynges, which makes it a nice place to take a stroll under the shade of the many trees lining both sides of the path. At the southern tip of the island, which we did not reach today, there is a one-fourth scale replica of the Statue of Liberty. After climbing the stairs up to the bridge, it was just a few minutes' walk across the river, and then a couple blocks to the apartment.

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Paris - Day 2

A travel blog entry by krackercpg

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... randomly closed on Mondays. So we headed back to our previous stop and proceeded to look for Les Invalides, which we thought was a museum, but was actually a large open area where the French military is headquartered. It was impressive and reminded us of the Mall in Washington D.C. The rain was still coming down and we were soaked and chilled to the bone. This was the first weather we encountered that was really tough to handle but traveling around in wet clothes is just not a ...

Day 20 – Last Day in Europe

A travel blog entry by meckley

25

... willing to give them a few Euros. They probably only paid a few cents for the fake ring.

We got into the Orangerie and saw some nice Impressionists paintings in the basement. There were a few early Picassos. The star of the museum were the two rooms of Monet’s water lilies. He painted them at the twilight of his career. His eyesight was starting to fail. These paintings were painted just for these rooms in the museum. It was great that this was open. The ...

Day 4 - Bangkok to Paris

A travel blog entry by lamondg

9

... most ornate décor anywhere. I break into an Aria winning rendition of Masquerade at one point and Nanette suddenly "remembers she is tired". She says that all the travel and time change must be taking their toll so I apologise to the little crowd that was gathering in appreciation of my golden tones, swirl my imaginary cape, and exit stage droit (that’s French speak for right). Ah well, back to the hotel for an early meal and bed. ...

A haven in Viroflay

A travel blog entry by joyschultz

5

... a modern version of the French house with dormer windows upstairs (to make use of the roof space and warmth from below??). However they have electronically controlled shutters! We have two small shopping centres nearby where we can get most things, and there still are small boulangeries (baker), charcuteries (butcher, terrines) who haven't been swallowed up by the supermarket, which has definitely claimed the epicerie (grocer). The local town hall, like all we have ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Bastille area of Paris, is near Bercy Village, French National Library (Bibliotheque Nationale de France), Left Bank (Rive Gauche), and Omnisens.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding