Pullman Paris Bercy
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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I ended 2014 with a bang in London, and today it was off to Paris to spend my first day of 2015 in France. We took the Eurostar train, under the English Channel, and in a mere 2.5 hours (in which we all took a much needed nap), we arrived in Paris! My first impressions were a beautiful city with gorgeous architecture. I was also pleasantly …
... all excited to finally get to the Eiffel Tower after seeing it from all different angles on our walks all over the city for the past few days.
We walked up the stairs as far as the third floor and then after looking at the city from every vantage point took the elevator up to the top floor. The iron work is amazing and we took many photos of the tower and view as possible. Standing at 1000 feet above Paris was breathtaking.
Later that day we made ...
... set up his own little shop. In some of the larger stations that intersect with long-distance train stations, there are small shopping plazas underground with permanent stores selling clothing, jewelry, and sandwiches, much like the stores we see in airline terminals. Nearly every tunnel and station have fast food vending machines for Parisians on the go who need a quick candy bar or bag of chips. It seems like the Metro lacks only bathrooms to make it ...
... old stone base of the castle that once stood. They built on top of the original years and years ago. It is really neat to see what still stands. Then we head over to the Venus de Milo. Once again smaller than you would think. A little crowd has formed here, but nothing compared to the Mona Lisa. We capture a few photos and then go through more Egyptian items. We have walked in circles a few times, it really is a maze. When we find our way back to ...