Campanile Clermont-Ferrand

Address: Rue Robert Schumann, Issoire, Auvergne, 63500, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rue Robert Schumann, Issoire, is near Rue des Marronniers.
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Travel Blogs from Issoire

Full Day Excursion to Grenoble

A travel blog entry by colons on Mar 17, 2015

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... was so clean and new looking. When we went into the meeting room the had snacks for us. I felt like I was going to a real business meeitng.
During the presentation I found it awesome to understand the global supply chain words the presentor used.
Whent the presentation was over we were able to take a tour of the cite. We first had to get suited up because no germs can get on the medical devices. We put on robes, hair nets, glasses, and ear plugs. I felt like ...

It's My Party and I'll Cry If I Want To

A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Nov 16, 2013

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... another factor that added to my reason to want to leave. I am so busy!! I don't need the sort of negativity that exists when Amine is around. There are times when I finish at the Wallace really late then I have to get up early to go teaching, and I'll normally take a nap in the afternoon when that happens. I just think it'll be easier at the hostel, rather than with a non-understanding house-mate/ex-boyfriend figure. Funnily enough, when I was at work, Pierre messaged me to ...


A travel blog entry by hsinyu on Sep 08, 2013

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... realising my travel card had expired on the tram in front of the monday morning crowd... I sit with an Illy caffelatte at the train station, having successfully ordered in French and collected my ticket. I realise that, you win some, and you lose some. C'est la vie. The man at the counter speaks caffeine - a significant acceleration of speed that is reminscent of the colourfully gesticulating Italian. Yes, there seems to be the educated French, and the caffeinated ...

Week 6 - Fish and farewell

A travel blog entry by alchandler on Jun 14, 2013

... and shellfish Today we made probably 10 different lobster variations, including poached, salad, grilled. Needless to say they were all pretty good. The lobster dishes might have to remain New York dishes, as it is too expensive to get lobster in Australia. Day four - final examination Today we ha to prepare the mise en place for our farewell lunch. This involved putting together a five course menu. - eggs cocotte with a morel sauce and a foam - tuna ...

Life in Lyon. . . The beginning.

A travel blog entry by jamierobinson on Jan 14, 2013

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... was the Epiphany, a holiday on the 6th January. Sarah, Catherine and I embraced this tradition, which apparently dates back to when the three wise men gave their gifts to Jesus. Now it’s just all about the ‘galette du roi’ or King’s cake, and eating! So we bought a galette (one of the cheapies, these things can get up to 40 euros!!), and the tradition goes that the youngest person gets under the table (so they ...