Hotel Le Prieure

Address: 24, route nationale 17, Rancourt, Lorraine, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 24, route nationale 17, Rancourt, Lorraine.
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Travel Blogs from Lorraine

Paris Cultural Tour

A travel blog entry by ezroller on Jul 12, 2015

... flagship stores of clothing and cars and whatever else. At the end what do we find? You guessed it...a roundabout with loads of cars. I could even study the inscriptions. Why did Paris deserve a victory arch again?? It probably had something to do with Napoleon. A few remarks regarding the walking tour. One, the building are nice but they all kind of look the same after awhile. Two, I don't usually get turned around, but six streets into an intersection can mess a guy up. At ...

The tourists and the summit

A travel blog entry by lindeelee on May 29, 2015

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... floor. As it was, we ended up at the second floor. was pretty freaky until you got used to it. We explored around. Its incredible the view and how flat Paris is. a very clear sky and you could see for miles. WOW. Just wow. We walked down the steps to the first floor and tried to get into the posh restaurant...but alas not, we had bistro type food which was quite nice. I decided to try to go up the summit, the lines were really long when we were on the second but I figured ...

Paris - First 2 Weeks

A travel blog entry by hendricksone on Apr 12, 2015

... French government sent in people to stabilize the former quarries and map them out. Meanwhile, a cemetery overpopulation problem centuries-in-the-making necessitated the transfer of thousands of deceased from the Cemetary of Innocents. The surrounding community had been getting sick. Hence, two birds with one stone. The former quarries, now stabilized, became their new home. The experience was pretty surreal. I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many tacky ...

A normal day

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Oct 30, 2014

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... chinese meal after class and went to see the La Grand Epicerie De Paris. This is what David Jones food hall would like to be. Clean open display of top quality groceries, wine, seafood , meats, fruit, vegetables,foreign country shelves, bakery, charcuterie, cheese, etc. One can sit up and eat oysters, shellfish with wine, or sit at the Spanish table and have jamon sliced for you. We bought a miserable bag of things ...

The last week: Cote du Rhone & Paris

A travel blog entry by thevans2014 on Aug 29, 2014

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... lovely food and wines and we celebrated with a special dinner out, returning past the Eiffel tower to watch the light show at midnight. We explored the fabulous foodie shops around Place de la Madeleine in the 8th Arr. Fouchon and Hediard are a "must see". My cooking course at L'Atelier des Sens (in French) focussed on patisserie making and I learnt a lot of tricks of the trade. Although I had done my homework and translated all ...