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- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHipark Grenoble
Very inexpensive, beautiful interior and very close to the train station. The neighborhood isn't as nice as the hotel but great kebabs and food nearby!! Definitely my favorite hotel when I am in Grenoble!
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Travel Blogs from Grenoble
... stop and take photos to capture the moment, which is exactly what I did. The attached pictures provide some indication of what it was like...and if any pictures can capture the feeling of "why we ride..." Then these certainly do...however you had to be there... I believe that it takes over two weeks (trip) to get into a space where reflection on the outdoors and the experience takes place. It also takes a couple of weeks to feel at one with ones machine and feel flow–I am there ...
... behind who thought they were Sebastian Loeb. The church was indeed very old and dated back to 1123, some signs of a troubled town with some vandalism and a Ferme hotel. The huge massif and mountains that housed twisties and my destination rose out of the valley and could be seen from 150 km away, daunting indeed. Having stopped so frequently I now approached ...
... and the rain was quite steady, with only a small Jacket each we bit the bullet and were off. Biked along the lake into a head wind??? Followed the trail which went through Chambery where we had lunch, fingers were white with the cold and after 2 coffees and food we found the Info center as we could not find the trail, map was ****. With a new map and taking off a wet top adding 2 new ones we were ...
... a lot of time today look at the map we had trying work out which way to go its signposted but quite confusing for us kiwi's. We get onto a small road and then we come across a wine cave called "PASCAL PERCEVAL" - needless to say that Rod and Pascal got so excited, we have to stop, we have to taste the wine of my distant fore fathers - oh ok then I say. The wine maker was really friendly ...
... lady's time.... Park the car and wander into the Info centre to ask where we can find some of their amazing cheese! The lovely guy behind the counter explains that there's a frommagerie (cheese shop) that will sell it, but that no-one will do any tours in the region regarding manufacturing etc. Not a problem for us, as long as we can eat what they sell, we're happy!
Ten minutes down the road and we find it, the milk tanks on the front wall give it away! ...