Campanile Rouen Est-Franqueville Aeroport

Address: 210 Rue Jehan Ango, Franqueville-Saint-Pierre, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76520, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 210 Rue Jehan Ango, Franqueville-Saint-Pierre, is near The Rhone and Col de la Luere.
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      Travel Blogs from Franqueville-Saint-Pierre

      Full Day Excursion to Grenoble

      A travel blog entry by colons on Mar 17, 2015

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      ... weather. When we got to BD it was at the bbottom of a beautiful mountain and next to a lake. We pulled up the the get of BD and got off.
      For BD we all had to show our passports in order to get in. We were given a id badge in exchange for our passports. We were able to use the id badge to get through the gates of DB. Once we were in the property of DB it was so cool to see all the professionals walk around as they went about their day. When we got inside I ...

      Lyon: Full Day Excursion to Marseille

      A travel blog entry by colons on Mar 16, 2015

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      ... When we left the FedEx people game us a tote bag and a pen.
      We went back on the bus to train station. When we got back on the train, it was very confusing were to sit so I found an empty seat to sit in. I was first next to a lady, but when I woke up (from falling asleep yet again) I was next to a man. It was really cool to be in the train because I was able to see some real people of France as they traveled on their daily tasks. The man next to me seemed to be ...

      Day 2

      A travel blog entry by jstarr on Mar 15, 2015

      ... his wine. We got dinner at a place down the street. Luckily the place had English menus so we were able to order a bit easier. The steak was really good but the profiteroles we had for desert were delicious. I am usually not much of a desert person, but it was amazing. Overall, it was a pretty exciting day. Now we need to try and get a few hours of sleep before we get up for another all day ...

      Lionnaising!

      A travel blog entry by hadwin on Nov 03, 2013

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      ... 8211; all somewhat older than me, all far more “leisured” but good company and seeped in wine in many ways! A couple from Wisconsin, a retired historian and teacher from Colchester, a chap from Singapore who was into private equity and another whom I did not manage to place – all being held in check by Nicola, our resident Master of Wines. We assembled in the bordello of a bar (all red flock - a ...

      Leaving Lyon

      A travel blog entry by genevieveswan on Aug 26, 2013

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      ... I found a screen which showed the composition of the train. Our carriage (number 3) was to stop between S and T. We were currently next to X and the end of the train would be about R. So, wearily we looked along the platform at all the people between us and our objective. They were crowded right down to the edge of the platform, so to get past, we had to drag the suitcases along the bumpy strip near the edge. When we finally reached the spot, ...