Ibis Budget Marmande
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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Marmande
... Halte Nautique, chopping down some lovely fruit trees and then didn’t maintain it. There was also a lovely beach there like in Clairac, but the mayor did not keep it going. The lock here at Buzet usually has some beautiful flower tubs, but this year the dead remains of last year’s bloom have not been replaced.
Finally, after enduring 3 days of blistering heat with little shade and thrice daily telephone calls to the authorities, we suddenly had ...
... 8217;t imagine having come so far only to have a setback now. I am truly angry with myself for having ignored the problem for so long. Getting sick always makes me feel the same way, just angry. I will try not to think about it. Maybe I’ll listen to an audiobook to distract myself. I’m sure I’ll have plenty of time for writing tomorrow.
Total distance walked today: 40km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... bed were more springs than mattress. The paint was peeling from the walls, and though it was quite cold after the storm, none of the heaters worked. There were two bags filled with trash in the kitchen, and three more sitting outside on the porch. The true shame of it is, that when the owner invited me to his home to briefly use his wifi (which was a nice gesture), his home was beautiful and clean and very well kept. He also had ...
... fences across the trail at many different points. This meant that we literally had to throw our backpacks and poles over the fences, then we army-crawled under them. This was by far the most interesting the hike has been! My companions took some very flattering pictures of me crawling under electric wire, which we all laughed at later.
We arrived in the town, Reole, around lunchtime and we stopped at a café to drink some ...
... to show us around the ancient abbey, which we happily accepted. It had been a Romanesque church and abbey that was later modified into a fortress. The large rose window has been replaced with a narrow one for fortification, and he showed us where other windows has been made for shooting. There were also places for large braces on all the doors. Despite the fortifications, the column capitals were still intact and were spectacularly lit in the church at night. I ...