Ibis St Etienne Nord-Terrasse

Address: 35 Place Massenet, St-Étienne, Rhône-Alpes, 42000, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the La Terrasse - Bergson - Carnot area of St-Étienne, is near Museum of Art and Industry and Patrimoine Le Corbusier.
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        Travel Blogs from St-Étienne

        Day Twenty Eight - I Wish I Could Stay Longer

        A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Nov 06, 2015

        2 comments, 13 photos

        ... me out of my anxiety ridden shell.

        There were three courses: Onion soup, Beef meatballs (actually it was just one giant ball of meat) with potatoes and green olives, and a pastry with pear inside and chocolate drizzled on top.

        There were seven people, six men and one other girl though she didn’t come till later: The first guy, was from Milano (Milan, Italy) that I talked to a lot about my travels and Italy in general. He was struggling with speaking ...

        Day 2

        A travel blog entry by jstarr on Mar 15, 2015

        ... the rest of the factory which mostly consisted of grind stones and large vats where the mustard sits while the chemical reactions take place that give the mustard its taste. After walking around a bit, we tasted some of the finished products with a nice plate of different foods to dip in. I ended up buying 6 jars of mustard for only 12 euros. I was expecting this trip to be a bit more ...

        Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to Paris we go

        A travel blog entry by sindlen on Dec 07, 2013

        1 comment

        ... city. Lunch time and we soon found a place selling crepes. We wandered back to the Christmas market (where more stalls were open and Ed needed to check out the miniatures again. Back at the hotel we decided against walking back to the train station (it had been a long walk two nights before) and instead we got the tram to the station. Much better idea. The trip to Paris was on the TGV. We learnt about the TGV when I did French at school ...

        The French Revolution and the Marists

        A travel blog entry by jcarty on Nov 15, 2013

        4 comments, 11 photos

        ... instructive. The impact of the French Revolution was profound and wide spread. The clergy were persecuted and some executed, Churches abandoned, education especially in the countryside was severely affected. As the Iron Chef used to say "if my memory serves me right " Louis xvi was executed in1792 and the revolution continued until 1799. Then Napoleon surfaced and he became Emperor and frequently led his troops odd to war without much concern for the ...

        And then it was over...

        A travel blog entry by funkinfrance on Jun 01, 2013

        ... indecisive people. That night, Stuart and I watched Spiderman in French at my house and finally went to one of the dance clubs on the boats. It was a pretty cool place, but the music was absolutely awful. It reminded me of why I really don't try and make more of an effort to go clubbing. C'est la vie.

        The next few days were a mix of trying to get over a terrible cold that I had gotten, studying for finals, dodging the torrential downpour, and taking ...