Hotel du Fort

20, rue du Fort, Meulan, Yvelines, Ile-de-France, 78250 , France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 20, rue du Fort, Meulan.
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Travel Blogs from Meulan

The British go upstairs on open top bus in rain!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 13, 2014

6 comments, 34 photos

... Day). We then changed buses again to go to Montmartre area and the Basilica Sacre Coeur. We got side tracked by an old fashioned fairground ride with horses, so 4 of us went on leaving John to take photos and wave as we went round very slowly!

The Basilica is on the top of the hill so Isi and Hattie went up on the funicular railway leaving the others to climb the 337 steps. John was knackered when he reached the top. ...

Happy Birthday Kathleen

A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Jun 27, 2014

3 photos

... took on the role of Chief Inspector using her experience (new found) to seek and uncover the murky undertow within the city's underbelly, seems the petty thieves and pickpockets could be rooted out without to much difficulty at all! The team of three reported that some time could be spent at the Louvre as in itself the size of a small town. Leonardo would have been pleased that they popped in to have a gander at his little Mona, reputably the most famous portrait painting on ...

On the Somme

A travel blog entry by murrayman148 on May 20, 2014

... is because it is located on a site where a huge number of men from Newfoundland were killed in the fighting of 1 July 1916. The proportion of their male population lost was huge. The park has original trenches and you can see the extent of the front line and where No Man's Land and the German front line were. We learned that 1 July for the British is like 25 April for us. Colin then took us to Thiepval, the British war memorial and site of further large British losses. The ...

Second Day in Paris

A travel blog entry by yakero on May 03, 2014

... Vincent van Gogh & Artraud. Artraud portrayed Van Gogh as a victim of society. Sad story. We discovered we were at 10 minute walk from the love lock bridge. The entire rail on both sides of the bridge are entirely covered by locks. They are placed there by couples who wish to demonstrate their love for one another. The key is then tossed into the Seine River. We took a taxi to a restaurant near ...

My first day in Paris

A travel blog entry by kletheby on Nov 29, 2013

20 photos

... Tower, or something I knew to be distinctively Parisian, but saw nothing until the Arc de Triomphe. I knew then that I was near the apartment, which was only a five minute walk from here.
On arrival at the apartment (7.45am), my driver let me out, but I was quite concerned as the place was locked, dark and quiet, and my documents said that the apartment owner would meet me there on my arrival. I was unable to make the driver understand the problem - he ...