Kyriad Porte de Clichy Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Rue Marcellin Berthelot 4, Clichy, Paris, 92110, France
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Rated 11% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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School trip to Paris

by montroulez

I am taking a group of 40 pupils ( 13-14 years old) to Paris for 2 days in June 2011. What are the best places not to miss.

Re: School trip to Paris

by leics

From a UK teacher's perspective...the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, maybe Sacre Coeur and Montmartre, the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs Elysees and a river trip (if you can fund it). That is what the kids will expect/want to see.

To that you might add the Louvre (if you think they will appreciate it enough to make it worthwhile), the Pompidou Centre perhaps and the catacombs (which they will love, if you can arrange it) and maybe the tour of the sewers (which they will also love, if it can be arranged).

Re: School trip to Paris

by Beausoleil

Notre Dame Cathedral (note gargoyles, climb up if you can)
Eiffel Tower (long wait to climb; perhaps just look and take photos)
Rodin Museum and garden and Invalides with Napoleon's Tomb (nearby)
a picnic in the Tuileries or Luxembourg Gardens
Musée d’Orsay if you can arrange it
Walk through the Louvre courtyard and look at the Pyramid

Not so famous but for 13-year-olds visit the Cité des Sciences at the Parc de la Villette. It’s the largest technical and scientific museum in Europe with lots of interactive exhibits. The famous Géode, a theater with a 180-degree screen would be fun too. There is also a Musée de la Musique in the same park with more interactive exhibits. You could turn them loose in the park for a while too. The complex would be a fabulous day.

Re: School trip to Paris

by leics

You have lots of choice, but don't try to cram in too much. Allow ample time for getting from one place to another. Herding any group takes longer than just moving around independently or as a family and 13/14 year-olds are simply not as biddable as younger students. This especially applies if you intend to use public transport rather than just feet or your own coach.

Re: School trip to Paris

by Roadquill

I put on my 14 year old mentality hat Crazy Horse is right out eh? So a distant 2nd would be the fountain at Place Stravinski by the Pompideau. 3rd, the Rodin Museum with the sculpture of the Thinker in the gardens.. Friday nights there is the skating/bicycling through Paris....I like the suggestion on the Catacombs.... maybe the cool gravesites at Pere Lachaise, e.g. Morrison..bon chance mon ami.... Karl

Re: School trip to Paris

by leics

Yes, Pere Lachaise might be good...but they won't know of Morisson I'm afraid. :-(

If it was me, I'd just visit the places of which they will have heard the most and for added interest, try for a catacombs tour. I know from experience that simplicity and ease of organisation are the keys to successful school visits. Just being away from home with your mates is exciting enough!

At least in June there will be evening daylight, so no need to worry quite so much about what to do with 40 13/14 year olds at that time of day!

Re: School trip to Paris

by nygaston

Summer is a perfect time to visit and have lunch in the parks
Buttes Chaumont + Quay Valmy
Jardin de Bagatelle
Luxembourg Garden + St Michel Quarter
Vincennes + castle
Bois de Boulogne

Travel Tips for Paris

Save some money

by Peterodl

I have found that a good way to save yourself some money for food on a trip is to buy at the local supermarket (Ed, Supermarche, Monoprix...) and bring it back to your hotel.
You can put drinks in a mini-fridge and save yourself quite a bit of money rather than going to cafes and restaurants for every meal.

Keep in touch with Paris

by rexvaughan

My wife and I both love Paris and, if at all feasible, plan our European trips to end in Paris. Meanwhile I enjoy reading various things about this lovely city. One source of pleasure for me is a publication called "Paris Notes." It features articles on history, art, food (of course) and has listings for events and exhibits and tips on out-of-the-way things that might be of interest. I recommend it to Paris lovers. There are also a lot of books on Paris, but I like the ones that show something of the everyday life and character of the people there. Here are some of my favorites:

"A Moveable Feast" by Ernest Hemingway is a fascinating memoir of the artists days as a struggling young writer in Paris. A classic.

"Almost French" by Sarah Turnbull. She is an Australian journalist who meets and marries a man in Paris. It recounts her struggles to meld Aussie and French cultures.

"Paris to the Moon" by Adam Gopnik. He is a writer for New Yorker magazine and describes his journey both in navigating a foreign city and becoming a parent there. It is very entertaining.

"A French Affair" by Mary Blume. Columns from the "International Herald Tribune." This is a witty, but affectionate portrayal of the wonderful and strange culture of France.

Visit La Tour...

by shalin

Visit La Tour Eiffel-ah!gorgeous!!c'est magnifique!!
The most perfect view of Paris,feels like you're free and on top of the world!Take the elevator on the way,make sure you stop at all the levels,take some pics and buy some souvenirs(i bought a pair of Eiffel Tower earrings amongst other things-really cute!)
On your way down try the stairs,and dont forget to read facts about this marvellous piece created by Gustave Eiffel.

Note:Wear something warm-wouldn't wanna freeze at the top like I did!:)But i had a nice warm cup of coffee and a yummy chocolate to get warm :)

Visit for fab pics like this one. Everything!The entire atmosphere is so energising,the place is always bubbling with excitement and creativity.My favourites include just hopping from one sidewalk cafe to another.Visiting the Tourist Sites,shopping and just walking around the place makes your trip complete!:)


by ChiTownMike

Not surprisingly, the French language is an important aspect of the French culture and their national identity.

Trying to learn at least a few phrases and using them will take you very far in interacting with locals. "Hey pal, you speak English" is not going to elicit the most positive response! The vast majority of the French speak excellent English, but they really appreciate when you at least make an attempt at communicating in the local language. But don't worry about needing to get through an entire conversation. Upon hearing that you are foreign, most will switch to English.

The website below is one (of many) in which you can find a few basic phrases that will prove very useful in Paris.

Comfortable shoes and a jacket

by punair

Travel light for the rooms are small and the elevators are tinier.
Carry a small travel bag to carry around your cap, water and camera Walking shoes for sight seeing and 1 pair of formal shows for evening wear
Around August-September the weather is pleasant but windy. So definitely carry a jacket. Shorts and light cotton pants would be the best gear for this time of the year There are lots of pharmacies around but you will not recognise any brands that you would typically see in the US. So bring along any medication for known travel related problems. If you have a digital camera I recommend a tripod and either a BIG memory card or a laptop to store the photos in Hat


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 Kyriad Porte de Clichy Hotel

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Address: Rue Marcellin Berthelot 4, Clichy, Paris, 92110, France