Best Western Plus Canard Sur Le Toit
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
Photos of Best Western Plus Canard Sur Le Toit
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Plus Canard Sur Le Toit Colomiers
Travel Blogs from Colomiers
First I have to say that I travelled first class from
Barcelona to Toulouse. It was pretty cool, nice big leather chairs, radio and
then later they played a movie. Gemma, Hector and I got there fairly late,
between 9:30 and 10:00. Dana and her friend Theresa (who is also doing this
program) met us at the train station and we found a bite to eat. We “got to”
watch T.V. that night for a bit and get a taste of what French television is
like. We ...
Since I am still impatiently waiting to start school, have already deep cleaned the apartment (more than once), and can't really find work for such a short period of time, my level of boredom has reached levels I previously thought impossible. Whether stemming from this boredom or in trying to find a feasible solution to my problem, I began perusing Sky-scanner just to imagine places I might one day visit. And then, as if calling to me, I began to see ...
... spent the afternoon just sitting in the sun in Place Wilson, people-watching just like everyone else. When I got back to the hotel, I got a call from David, my host and teacher for the next week, and he is picking me up earlier tomorrow, so that I can have lunch in Gramont and settle into my home for the next few days. I don't know what the wifi connection will be like In such a small village, so if you don't hear from me, don't worry. I'll update the blog when I arrive in Paris on ...
... old town, with it's ancient walls and cobblestone streets, lined with small shops. We had dinner on the terrace of a restaurant beside the river. We had a slow, well slower than usual start, to the morning as we didn't have far to drive. The breakfast at the hotel was quite pricey, so we had petit degienir at a nearby restaurant. It included fresh orange juice, a hot drink, and a croissant, pain au chocolate, bagette and jam. Au revoir France, for now, as we were heading to San Sebastian in ...
... to avoid having such long days at the end of the trip. We entered the port of Carcassonne about 4:30 to spend the night. The port is not close to the old walled city, so we were glad we had spent time there last week.
Butch had problems with his knee during the trip, and it was particularly bad today, so we ate at a brasserie near the port, where I had a salad with duck and shrimp and a tuna ...