Ibis Budget Bar le Duc

Address: Allee de la Grande Terre, Bar-le-Duc, Lorraine, 55000, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Allee de la Grande Terre, Bar-le-Duc.
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    Travel Blogs from Bar-le-Duc

    Day 57. Ligny-en-Barriois. Canal stopover

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on Jun 26, 2015

    4 photos

    ... but, when the sun shines and we land up in a very nice place which was often we both enjoyed some spectacular moments and will take home some great memories and a far better understanding of France and it's diversity. The best decision we could have made was to stay in France and leave our fanciful idea of travelling in Spain, Portugal and France behind after the first week. It would have been way too stressful. Bimbling in France has been almost stress free. Clive is ...

    Arrivederci e Grazie Mille

    A travel blog entry by toscana-per-te on Jun 07, 2015

    7 photos

    ... aside for yellow lines marking intended repair spots), no traffic jams, no accidents - nothing, but suddenly you have to do 70kph, then just as suddenly, it goes back up. Often, there are no limits displayed at all, leaving you in limbo as to the correct speed. When the fines are so steep for speeding in Switzerland (in some circumstances they can take your car), one can only assume that this is a form of clever entrapment! Drivers in Switzerland are equally ...

    Little White Crosses

    A travel blog entry by ames73 on May 31, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the famous white crosses marking the graves of 16,000 French soldiers. (We didn't visit the American cemetery. It was too far of a drive for us today.) The Verdun Memorial Museum is closed right now and will reopen in November in honor of the 100th anniversary of the battle, so our next stop was the Trench of Bayonettes. This was a gift from Americans honoring French soldiers who were supposedly buried upright in their trenches. Finally we ...

    Getting used to France

    A travel blog entry by dutchnomad on Apr 10, 2015

    Because I've been walking a lot the last couple of days, I decide I'll take it easy today. What a beautiful spot. I thoroughly enjoyed sleeping here. I've always liked wild camping. I break up camp and then start tramping to Sainte-Menehould. I'm there early in the afternoon. I visit the town which is quite nice. I think there's just one campsite in town. When I get there, there's a construction ...

    Nearing the end of the Champagne-Bourgogne

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 21, 2014

    10 photos

    ... or other army. It was Bastille Day so of course it wasn’t going to be open. Later I tried to google is but couldn’t find any reference to it in several kinds of searches. I’d love to know what it is and/or was.


    We went on St Dizier for Bastille Day. St Dizier is a good sized town with a couple of big industries and it is one of the rare French towns that seems to have no interest at all in tourists on in its canal traffic. There are ...