Ibis Toulouse Ponts Jumeaux
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Toulouse Ponts Jumeaux
Not a bad place, typical Ibis - no frills. Only real bum burner is that you have to manhandle your luggage up to your room from the basement carpark ...no lift. Bad building design.
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... but to suck it up. So, we touch down and into another hire car and away we go to Lourdes. Took us about 2.5 hours. Our hotel is amazing. We're staying at the Grand Hotel Moderne. It's original old style Lourdes and has been beautifully looked after. The attention to detail is amazing. We're only here for 2 nights which is such a shame. Lourdes is so gorgeous. Its very green and ...
... this group.
Several more of the ladies from our group have shown up for breakfast and passed by me to say hi and how's my knee and oh, by the way, we are not leaving now until 9:45! Would have been really nice knowing that last night. Could have slept another hour! Oh well. Still enjoying the other groups in the lobby and they slowly clear out of the lobby leaving room for my group to gather, finally, at about 9:45. ...
... is adamant about not keeping personal financial details on the phones for just that reason BUT plenty of photos, contacts, some addresses, my notes and memos. Really NOT wanting to lose this modern day invention of h*ll that we now cannot do without. I had changed my clothes in the room before we went out for lunch so I stump back to the hotel and YES, phone is in the pocket of my other pants. whew. heavy sigh, incredible relief and so ...
One day we went in to Toulouse and toured the area visiting a cathedral and seeing their city hall. We had a lovely lunch sitting in the sun in main square. Great shopping, lots of university students, and plenty of shops with sweets and ice cream. We had never heard anything about Toulouse before we were here and we learned it is ...
We spent the day sight-seeing including a guided walking tour. Our feet are just about done. We are also in a slight panic about taxis in the morning since we need to be there by 5am, and we have 11 people, each with a bag, and 10 bikes. Hopefully it will all work out. I am attaching some pictures from Toulouse, France's fourth largest city, which includes a university, the second oldest in France which has over 100,000 ...