hotelF1 Montlucon

Address: Rue Albert Einstein, Montluçon, Auvergne, 03100, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Montluçon.
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Travel Blogs from Montluçon

Out and about the countryside

A travel blog entry by lusan on Sep 21, 2014

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... him "but you are a mind reader you should know" We enjoy our meal of Chicken Rollard with Lobster sauce and a gallette of potato with the quirky waiter and stroll across the bridge and then struggle back up all of the steps to our dingy apartment.

Back again into Bobba and along another D road. Wooo nearly had a yellow dirt bike as a shoulder ornament. Came out of a lane and nearly side swiped us.

Thieres, a town perched along very ...

Innsbruck - Ski Jump and Bicycles

A travel blog entry by jrdlcr on Jun 03, 2014

1 comment

... You walk down an entrance in the old town, and find yourself in a modern shopping centre, but so well integrated that you wouldn't know it was there. A very happy mix of old and new.

Next day, decided to try the Inn cycle path (called that because the river is the Inn, not because it's a pub crawl - more's the pity). Took a bit of finding, not reading German, but worth is as it was a lovely flat ride into Innsbruck. ...

Tom's first bloggage - July 26th

A travel blog entry by lougleeson on Jul 26, 2013

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... with his attentions, and thought we could replace it ok with something new. Nevertheless I retraced our steps the next day and found him. There he was, poor Blankie, sodden and forlorn next to the carousel in the Luxembourg gardens. what a wet and lonely night he'd had. I was quite enjoying riding in Paris. They've put in lots of bike lanes which is awesome but for the buses and taxis and courier vans that are also allowed to use them! Nothing like ...

Red hit by a barge, a really really big one.

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Nov 06, 2012


... craig to tell him we had a problem. Tell the barge we have a problem. He suggested quite rightly that we can move the boat out with ropes to the side of the canal but reds twin keels means we cant get to the side far enough to get out of the narrow lock entry. So i worked on Klaus in a mad rush and got it back together. We departed the lock as the barge came into view. i moved Red as far over to the side as i could. Then ran aground. This ...

The show continues

A travel blog entry by nicpip on Jul 13, 2012

4 comments, 4 photos

... SBS Tour Tracker app on the iPad. The Poms all spent the day gloating about Wiggins and their pride was well-founded on this particular day. Once the time trial was over we made tracks for the next stage. Our typical day consists of sleeping in until about 9 am, having breakfast and discussing the days events, catching up with Le Tour gossip via Twitter, chatting, having lunch, watching the Caravan Publicitaire (this is quite literally ...