Grand Hotel De La Reine
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Travel Blogs from Nancy
... and Langres slowly came alive, albeit to a cold and bleak day. The campsite manager told us this cool change would affect all of France and last all week. A quick trip to the local supermarket, and we headed off to our next stopover,..Metz. We have previously visited Metz in 2006,. albeit very briefly. Our travels back then saw us arrive at the Municipal campsite on the 30th September, the last day of their summer season. We stayed the night and were the ...
... where the Old churches and the old fortress/gate of the town are, a City Center filled with real gold and fancy metal gates, and a Shopping District like a smaller version of Mariahilfer which is the shopping district in Vienna and its really nice coz you can walk between these sectors in about 40min.!
I do have to give a huge thank you to Amy Bonilla! Who hosted me throughout my days there! And let me bother her while she was in the middle ...
... and bakeries. I had to buy some fresh blue cheese, olives, grapes and baguette – a true French meal! I love acquainting myself with the city and becoming more comfortable with everything here.
This website gives a perfect summary of everything to see here! They even talk about the octopus you can find at the market, which I did last week! http://wikitravel.org/en/Nancy
This is a more detailed website- http://www.nancy-tourisme.fr
... au revoir!" and the whole deal, it truly does happen! Customer service at its best!!
I had missed the scent of "Earth" that embodies the fruits and veggies. In Honduras, people negotiate for prices on the fruits, vegetables and meat... don't worry, I didn't try to negotiate for prices, but I learned how to work the "kilogram ordering system," as I call it. When I was purchasing dates, I just kindly motioned to the sales person to add an additional branch or so, ...
... I spoke to soon about the sun never coming out! My day consisted of exploring Cathedrals, the aquarium -learning students get in free to the museums on Wednesdays and a discount on other days after a long broken conversation with the woman at the front desk- and finding the Pepiniere Park. The park is wonderful! Its about 20 acres of green spaces wide walking paths, beautiful gazebos, and gardens full of roses scattered throughout. I loved ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed