Hotel Balladins

1 Allee Fontane des Tournelles, Saint Mard, Picardy, 77230, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Allee Fontane des Tournelles, Saint Mard, is near Chateau de Ventadour.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Mard

    N U T S.......

    A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 01, 2014

    27 photos

    ... thing to do around here so I thanked him and headed to the bike.
    Decided to go to Compiegne as it was almost to the Normandy coast and is just north of Paris...not going to Paris...do not want to deal with the traffic...even on a bike. I am sure getting to like this freedom....no one can hold you up and you travel at your own pace...people just pull over as you pull in behind...and no one....I say no one.....uses the left lane except to pass...OMG WHAT ...

    Bastille Day – What a night to remember!!

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 14, 2014

    2 comments, 48 photos

    ... lock as us. We went out of the lock but it had taken so long we now missed the lights for the one way system to go through the "Alternate" round the island with Notre Dame. Juka then caught us up and said they did not have a VHF radio for calling the marina to get back in, so could they stay with us. When we got to the Eiffel tower we could not see the boat that had been next to us to give us some idea of where to moor, but saw a couple of ...

    Arc de Triomphe & a stroll to the Petite Palais

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 27, 2014

    50 photos

    On August 15th 1806 the first foundation stone was laid on the Triumphal Arch that Napoleon ordered to be built to honour his Grand Army of France that at the time had won battles all over Europe. Due to a number of setbacks, including Napoleons abdication and major cost overruns, the Arc de Triomphe was not completed until 1836, long after Napoleon's death in 1821.
    The names of 128 battles fought during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars is inscribed on ...

    Day 17 (Paris)

    A travel blog entry by marcohj on May 27, 2014

    3 photos

    ... we had to queue up to get in, waiting for other people to leave before we could enter. It was a cute little place, with quite a large second hand section but a really good new section; it looked like any good independent bookstore from Melbourne. The books themselves therefore weren't overly interesting, but some interesting people worked there, like an American girl who didn't look a day over twenty who kept getting Italian and French mixed up (me) or a ...

    Louvre

    A travel blog entry by kgwillis on Apr 25, 2014

    12 photos

    Today we went to the Louvre. I saw the Mona Lisa (La Jonconde, or Madame Lisa of Smiles), Venus de Milo and so many other famous paintings and statues. Even just the building was a work of art. When the Louvre was built, it was made to be a fortress, but when the construction was complete there was no longer a need for a fortress. That is when it became a palace, chosen because it was a very safe place to ...