Ibis Poitiers Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Poitiers Centre
This is a private Hotel and we had to take our own suitcases to the room. This seems to be coming more prevalent on this coach tour. We were fortunate we were on the first floor as it takes quite some time too get 46 persons luggage into their rooms . The organisation at check in was efficient. We found our room very small but adequate. Fortunately we were only here 12 hours and we didn't unpack at all. The room was very clean and the staff helpful. The breakfast was satisfactory and we were generally pleased to be leaving. I would not go there again solely because of the size of the room. Its location in the village was excellent.
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We were off towards Paris at 7.35am and onto the nearest Highway. Around 9am we left the main Highway to tour a small village called Clos Luce where Leonardo Di Vinci lived for a number of years after being contracted by the French King at the time to decorate his Palaces. He loved the area and died there in the 15th …
... us to a great lunch at the local restaurant Le Vieux Puits. A very enjoyable couple of hours.
After this we had to make some distance and we rode to a city called Poitiers where we stayed for the night. Poitiers is a major university town.
During the evening we went for a few beers and actually found an Australian themed bar!
Miles today - 143
Total mileage so far - 2878
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