Ibis Montargis

Address: 2 Place Victor Hugo, Montargis, Centre, 45200, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 2 Place Victor Hugo, Montargis.
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    Travel Blogs from Montargis

    Gien to Camping Val d' Authie

    A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Jul 16, 2015

    Half a bottle of cough mixture consumed and I managed to sleep a bit better. Not cough free but at least I didn't abandon the tent. We are a bit indecisive where to go today, so started researching and now have found out that DFDS have suspended Calais to Dover sailings and we will have to go Dunkirk to Dover. Are the roads to Dunkirk going to be congested ? Shall we stay nearer Dunkirk? Toll roads or non toll roads? We kept changing our mind but set off and had to get round the ...

    Meeting French family

    A travel blog entry by kovfam on Aug 31, 2013

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    ... station and he took us into the town as he needed to pick up some groceries. It was a gorgeous little town with a river running through it. They call it "Petite Venice du Gatinais" because it's like a little Venice.
    We arrived at Ben's family home in Villemandeur and he introduced us to his parents, Jean-Pierre and Denise (Frank's cousin), their daughter Judith, her husband Nicholas and we can't forget their bulldog, ...

    St Satur to Briare - Day 8: 46Km bike (8km walk)

    A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 11, 2013

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    ... things were much better but we were both very tired as we cycled the last 6km into Briare. The we had to navigate around all the canal basins and bridges to find the campsite. We asked for directions several times but were confused because of the complexity of the place! In fact we bumped into the same couple 3 times, and each time the man explained how to get to the campsite! After about 45 mins we eventually found it, checked in and put up the tent, dumping ur stuff inside. Then it was ...

    A visit to a cycling mecca

    A travel blog entry by nicpip on Jul 04, 2012

    4 photos

    ... supply of shops and old monuments to look at. Many people use it as a base to visit war sites and memorials but we decided against this on our trip. That's not because they aren't worthy, it's just a matter of prioritising and we visited Villers Bretonneux on our last trip and paid our respects then. Yesterday we visited a mecca of cycling which many of you will be very familiar with - the velodrome at Roubaix. For those of you who aren't ...

    French Culinary Adventures, and Climbing of Course

    A travel blog entry by jell082 on Oct 09, 2011

    ... and cheese filling in which there was scallop's and a little tiny piece of pastry. Obviously all that goodness made a tasty and fun thing to eat. This family is very genuine and very proper. Father is the head of Frances health system and mother is a concert pianist and now teacher. Everything including pizza is eaten with a golden fork. I like their style. Cool old style music by the fire in their fancy house with old school furniture and expensive ...