Ibis Styles Bourges

Address: Zac de l'Echangeur Rue Aristide Auxenfans, Bourges, Centre, 18000, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Zac de l'Echangeur Rue Aristide Auxenfans, Bourges, is near Cathedrale St-Etienne, Palais Jacques-Coeur, Musee du Berry, and Hotel Lallemant.
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    Travel Blogs from Bourges

    Paris & Versailles

    A travel blog entry by jennyvan on Jul 24, 2015

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    ... Latin Quarter, past Notre Dame, the Opera House, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe. We then headed on to Versailles after dropping off those not doing it at the Arc de Triomphe. Julien showed us around the castle of Versailles which was absolutely beautiful!! We went through room by room including the Hall of Mirrors with natural mirrors (the lakes) outside and unnatural mirrors inside. ...

    Pea and Ham

    A travel blog entry by qdeux on May 27, 2015

    People who make things happen P and H.

    I had been looking forward to meeting P. I was not disappointed.

    A man with a clear idea for his business. Plus energy to make it happen, an eye
    for detail. He came to fetch us from Ms Fawlty's accommodation house. Tall almost lanky and cheerful he got straight down to business. A man on a mission.
    Teamed with H, a woman with a sharp mental image of what her customer wants ...

    Seesaws and Frescos

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 26, 2015

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    ... more and more homes built around it, becoming Neuvy-Pailloux (or, the new town). In the 12th century the church was completely fortified, surrounded by a wall and four turrets, that disappeared some time in the 18th century. During the war, it was partially destroyed then later rebuilt in honor of those who gave their lives for France, as reflected in a large painting of Christ standing over a wounded French soldier with the town burning ...

    Hobbits and Dragons

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 25, 2015

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    ... you don’t know what you’re going to get, but I was surprised to find it very delicious and filling: soup, duck, potato croquettes, bread, cheese, and a chocolate éclair.

    The local church is also pretty remarkable. Its architecture dates to the mid-19th century, but the stained glass windows and sculptures were modern from the 1960’s. After seeing so many medieval churches, this was very different, yet just as beautiful.

    Pizza and Chateaus

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 24, 2015

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    ... is a good feeling. They asked the woman they were staying with to drive me to the chateau. And though it was only five minutes by foot, I accepted in order to ease their minds.

    Tomorrow is the holiday of Pentecost, and we expect nearly everything to be closed, so we had to prepare a head of time what to eat and where stay.

    Until then!

    Total distance walked today: 19km
    Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...