Hotel du Parc

Address: Rue George Sand, Murol, Auvergne, 63790, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Rue George Sand, Murol, is near Golf d'Hardelot.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel du Parc Murol

2.50 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Murol

Last day here

A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Nov 23, 2014

Tried to take the ferry a couple of days early but the charge was ridiculous so here we are still! Did an excellent shop in Auchan, then found a brilliant are at Les Erables for the night. A super long walk yesterday was flowed by a quiet and peaceful night. Now 'enjoying' a coffee and the wifi and back to the same aire for the night with an early ferry ...

Calais

A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Nov 22, 2014

A pleasant day with lunch and wifi at Flunch (Auchan) and then off to Calais for the vet. Parked at the aire in clear weather and sunshine and no obvious problems so we opted to stay. It was a noisy night with police presence, loads of sirens and a disturbed sleep. So, we headed off to the port to re-arrange our return but at 69 ...

Hesdin to Saen Sans

A travel blog entry by alhngjh on Sep 19, 2014

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... Coupole this is a former German v2 base , now a museum . This place is a reinforced 5 meter thick 70 meter diameter dome built to hold a V2 rocket assembly facility in the later part of WW2 , built by slave labour from a nearby camp and obviously designed to be bomb proof. Two displays one dealing with the occupation and liberation of Northern France and the other dealing with the Nazi rocket program, lots of audio visual static displays made it a very interesting experience . ...

The end of the Adventure

A travel blog entry by colgaz on Sep 17, 2013

4 comments, 20 photos

... Wednesday) we catch the car ferry across the channel from Calais to Dover,.. then the work to clean and ...

Mulhouse to Calais

A travel blog entry by glynei on Jul 04, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... coloured timber beamed houses. The story goes that at one time there were only two colours permitted. Blue if you were Protestant and red if you were Catholic. All this changed with the revolution and then they were free to paint them any way they like. Boy did they take to this idea big time. And now there are houses of differing colours everywhere - but done in a nice way. On arrival in the town we looked in on tourist information and discovered a half hour boat trip along ...