Campanile Metz Sud Jouy-aux-Arches

Address: Zone Acti-Sud Saint Jean, Jouy-aux-Arches, Lorraine, 57130, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Zone Acti-Sud Saint Jean, Jouy-aux-Arches, is near Cathedrale St. Etienne (Cathedral of St. Stephen), Place Saint-Louis, Saint Pierre aux Nonnains Basilica, and Marche couvert.
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    Travel Blogs from Jouy-aux-Arches


    A travel blog entry by cjasko on Jun 07, 2015

    ... for us.

    Traveling with us is BRUCE AND JAN BENDER from Denver. Friends of Chuck and Yvonne.
    bruce had an Uncle whom he never met who died in this Battle of the Bulge. Well, Bruce located that Uncle, Charles Bender, which added to the emotional high. The six of us visited his cross marked grave.

    Finally, we learned that the brilliant General GEORGE PATTON, who led the Allies in this
    Battle, was also buried in ...

    Lets talk about sex!

    A travel blog entry by alexissnow on Feb 06, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... the French and Europeans as a whole are just more comfortable in their skin, I mean that explains the topless beaches and speedos, right? I also thought that this "freedom in sexuality" could be related to all the art and artist expression, and the fact that they are simply trendier. We thought maybe it was due the free spirit of the renaissance, a spirit the French are very proud of. As we researched ...

    Day 29: Chinese New Year

    A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Jan 30, 2014

    2 photos

    ... some beer pong with Tsing Tao,which is pronounced more like (Ching Dao) in Chinese. What I didn't know, however, was that not every person speaks Mandarin Chinese. In fact, the region is so wide and diverse that you can be from Northern China and travel to Southern China and barely be able to understand what they are saying. Although to be honest, I get that feeling trying to talk to New Yorkers with heavy accents lol.

    In any case, I think it's a lesson for ...

    Day 12: First Day of School!

    A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Jan 13, 2014

    ... first floor here.

    The only class I had today was Corporate Communication from 10-5 with a 2hr lunch break from 12-2. The Europeans really love their lunch breaks. My teachers were Scandanavian duo, they switched on and off through a normal powerpoint lecture. I did like however that they took the time to explain the PowerPoints and go through little exercises on the board. Apparently I only have the class for this week Mon-Thursday with the ...

    Turkey? "Gobble, Gobble?"

    A travel blog entry by abonilla on Jan 09, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... help you live vicariously as well!

    For now, I think I should head to bed, as it's almost 3am and I need to get some rest.

    Thanks for reading and remember, if ever come to France and don't know how to say "turkey," just say "gobble, gobble" and you will surely get some help!

    Much love and many blessings,

    Amy :)

    "In order to see where we are going, we not only must remember where we have been, but we must understand where we have been." ...