Hotel Le Prieure

24, route nationale 17, Rancourt, Lorraine, France | Hotel
 

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Gorging Ourselves on Scenery

A travel blog entry by wells2008

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Sad to be leaving our little B&B in Provence that had been our home away from home for the past 3 days, we said goodbye to our hosts (Caroline & Jean-Luc) and their gorgeous puppies (Alta & Vega) and set off for a big day of driving. Today we had planned to drive through the Gorges of Verdon on our way up to the Alps and Chamonix. Jean- …

Parc Asterix

A travel blog entry by damodif

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... for a bus transfer. The park is about 15km away and the line up is about 100 metres long. There were buses running every 30 mins but the line is moving well. That is of course until we get to the front of the line...all buses full and now we have to wait....until they make their way back for the next wave.... Nearly 50 mins later we arrive at Parc Asterix! We spent the whole afternoon ...

"We will have a bottle"

A travel blog entry by kawilliams10

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... us there once we spotted the signs! We hopped aboard and traveled twelve stops in where we transferred to our new train!

It took us a few minutes to orient ourselves and figure out where we needed to go to connect to the next train (once again two diagonally down pointing arrows that point at the same place means walk straight...) but I spotted the sign closer up and Claire knew we needed to go back upstairs from there! ...

Day 16 Europe vacation May 1

A travel blog entry by jonahadventures

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... 000 soldiers each! The driver told us that each town had a least three cemeteries for the soldiers who had died around the area. It was hard to think about how many people lost a brother, uncle or dad. After getting of at the welcome centre we were met by a sunny day and a ground full of craters. You could see all the ditches and holes that shells and mines made that are now covered in grass. When ...

The Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe...

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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... me and you could see all across Paris as it is a pretty flat city. Nevertheless, having purchased tickets to climb to the second level and then take the lift to the top we proceeded u[. The views from the second level were AMAZING. By then we did need to pause for a while and drink some water before entering the lift for the final ascent. WOW. I did not really like going up in the lift, it was quite unsettling and a little unnerving. There was a long way to go before we got out. If ...

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This hotel is located on 24, route nationale 17, Rancourt, Lorraine.
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