Ibis Chartres Ouest Luce
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Luce
... is very smooth, with little shaking not like the ancient trains in Canada that go so slow and tremble so much I could never work on my laptop while going to Montreal or Toronto. From the hotel I took a very nice bus (#91) to the Montparnasse railway station. My first trip by bus in Paris. And I still have to do my first in Ottawa - there for almost 40 years and did not do it! La vie... Biarritz railway station in the rain... Going up hill encountering school ...
... handout as an aide. Jerry did his best to translate what was being said but we found it a bit difficult to keep up. Still, an interesting bit of history. We finished our tour around 5:00pm and headed back to the hotel for a workout and a bit of r&r. About 7:30 we walked over to the local grocery store purchased a baguette, salami and cheeses for a light dinner. Life is good, we are ...
Last day in Paris and Pascals offer to drive us to Montparnasse has to be withdrawn as the tractors of the farmers will be blockading the streets. Finally after chats etc. drifted to train..still tired from weekend. Managed a nice lunch at our lovely restaurant after the fact finding mission around Gare dEst and Gare du nord..in readiness to catch the plane back toSweden as we will be arriving at GaredEst and need to catch the train from GdN. Diid some shopping and found ourselves ...
... the usual Service point items, plus a well maintained toilet.
It is literally just off the N10, but, given how close it is to a major road, road noise is not ...
... to be mindful with the tide, since you can only enter and exit the beach at certain times. Bottom line is you either need to do it really early and make sure you exit the beach before the waves swallow you, or wait till end of afternoon and risk having to drive the last part in the dark. The look on our faces as Arthur was telling me how we might loose our car to the waves must have been priceless. He also advised to be careful with 'playing' ...