Best Western La Porte De France
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of Best Western La Porte De France
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western La Porte De France Bouillon
Travel Blogs from Bouillon
Left Gent in brilliant sunshine after a spectacular sunrise.
To Rochefort, also recommended by the Belgian woman we spoke to at length on the train back from Ypres.
The GPS in our new car has its specific pecularities which bring frustration in different ways to TT. Should, through no fault of your own, you need to go off the directed route, She, has ...
... stations in northern France too.
They must hide them from the tourists. to protect national strategic assets, like fuel.
Low on fuel, in the pouring rain and anxiety is really rising. I'm standing dumbly next to the fuels pumps, under the awning, out of the rain, but still in the cold blowing wind.
I must have been a pathetic sight, as I stood there for about 5 minutes, wondering what to do.
By my rough calculations I was ...
... close to the pedestrian area and soon found a promising cafe. Laura scored with the chicken kabob order and I did ok with sole.
-once fueled we headed off to assault the citadel. It was a good thing we had eaten because the climb was substantial. It was an impressive structure.
... been to before, but still got to learn some new stuff courtesy of Rob who is a part time tour guide in Paris when he's not translating.
Dinner in Montmartre and a few too many ales at a punky bar called that took music requests.
Headed off after lunch the next day ignoring the boys' suggestions to buy a Sat Nav. Drew a line with my finger from Paris to Denmark and worked out the roads that would keep as close to this ...
... arrived at Givet, where we decided to stop for lunch. Found a nice little brasserie to have lunch at. Much cheaper than anything in Paris, where they obviously rip us off! The plate of the day was moussaka and with this I had chips and salad, a quarter litre of wine, and a dessert for 10.50 euro! The lady serving only spoke French, but she was lovely. Bruno and I have changed our impression of the French, as we have met some ...