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Description The hotel is located in the heart of Calais, next to the main amenities, hypermarkets and attractions. Hotel Jacquard offers comfortable en-suite rooms, a substantial breakfast and facilities to suit ... more

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Description Some of the rooms of this hotel, situated in a quiet location in the north of Calais, have balconies which overlook a nearby park.Here, close to the sea and Rodin’s famous sculpture of the 6 burghers,... more

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Review of Hotel de Crillon, Paris


Luxurious, stunning and in a fantastic location.


...Hotel de Crillon The Hotel de Crillon is one of the oldest and most beautiful hotels in Paris. It is situated in a prime location on the Place de la Concorde and is one of two identical palaces, which were built in 1758. The hotel boasts a five star rating and is a member of the prestigious group, The Leading Hotels of the World. So how did I end up there? Unbelievably my mum won...

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Review of Lille (France)


Near London by train, cosmopolitan feel, excellent transport connections, eating out, plenty to see

Dog poo

..., and a 1 mile walk rather than wait 30 mins for the next availible mini-cab - not bad eh? Useful reading at a price to suit weekenders. AA Essential Lille - ISBN 0-7495-2423-5 @ £ 3.99. The hotel's free map wasn't bad either! At least now I know what I've missed, including the Bois De Boulogne (yes, Lille's got one too) a remarkable polygonal citadel dating back over 300 years, The Museum...

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Review of One Hundred and One Beautiful Towns in France - Simonetta Greggio


Outstanding photography, beautifully written text, easy to follow through the regions

Quite expensive and heavy to hold

...attractions and also tell us about the history of each place. I thought I knew France pretty well but looking at the detailed appendix of restaurants, hotels and shops I came across quite a few restaurants I didn't recognise the names of. This part of the book is very useful to people who are new to France but also to hardened travellers and of course, Francophiles like me. Other books in the series are...

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