Hotel Le Barcelone

16-20 Rue De Paris, Vichy, Auvergne, 3200, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vichy

Centre Georges Pompidou and Breizh Cafe

A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 17, 2014

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... place is small and popular. To get around this, we decided to go there at North American supper hours (5:30) instead of Euro hours. Much to our delight, we got right in (about 30 mins later they started turning people who did not have a reservation away). I had the Provencale (sunny side up egg, gruyere, anchovies, tomatoes, confit onions and ham), Evan had an egg and ham, and Brad had egg, chorizo, and cheese. They were very big and very nice savoury galettes. We also had a ...

26th June

A travel blog entry by kathryn62 on Jun 26, 2014

... to hotel about 3pm via metro - a lot quieter Cool down in room and went for walk up to Bastille corner Came out of hotel protest going up the street, ? Unions, poor pay What a mes they left paper everywhere and then rubbish trucks came behind them cleaning up Had lovely salad at cafe and back to ...

Roland Garros i.e. the French Open

A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo on May 25, 2014

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... hard, and dusty at times. The key to winning on the clay court is to develop the perfect slide which allows a player to get at the ball with an extended racket reach and then return the ball with power down the line. We watched Roger Federer and Serena Williams breeze through their matches in two straight sets, and then spent the rest of the day walking around the venue snacking on Parisian foods and watching some of the other matches on the outside clay ...

The bells of Notre Dame

A travel blog entry by beckmeister on Apr 20, 2014

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... with pulleys and scaffolds; the craftmanship is truly awe inspiring.

All that waiting, climbing, and sightseeing made us hungry. The famous Berthillion ice cream shop over the bridge to Ile de St. Louis was just around the corner. Another wait in line.....for 10.00 euro sorbet ( fraise for Rhea and pineapple basil for me). While in line we were entertained by street musicians playing jazz on a saxaphone, bass and snare ...

Walking around St. Germain

A travel blog entry by sherreedwyer on Dec 17, 2013

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... maker, not scarf maker in Paris. We also found Poilane, also very famous, a Boulangerie extraordinaire where they use wood fired ovens and stoneground flour to make traditional sour dough cobs. The French make absolutely delish bread and viennoiseries (pastries). Just sent Mark out to buy breakfast. As you can see we are savouring every moment, even sitting propped up in my 4 poster bed with French king watching me from the wall behind. C'est la ...

 

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