Bordeaux 1:13.000 city plan (France) IGN - Inst.Geogr.National
Street plan of Bordeaux at 1:13,000 from the Institut Géographique National, the country's national survey organization, with an enlargement showing the town...... more
Street plan of Bordeaux at 1:13,000 from the Institut Géographique National, the country's national survey organization, with an enlargement showing the town centre in greater detail, plus a diagram of the public transport network. IGN street plans include outer suburbs and, where appropriate, adjoining localities forming part of the urban agglomeration. The plans prominently highlight principal traffic arteries and show one way streets, car parks and pedestrian zones. Latest editions also indicate 24h petrol stations and streets with separate cycle paths. Many streets are annotated with selected house for easier identification of addresses. Important public buildings are named and symbols mark locations of tourist information centres and other facilities. Street index, arranged by an administrative area, is next to the map. Map legend includes English.
Advantages: Raises some interesting issues Disadvantages: Is not objective at all
...?t believe he did it according to the evidence.
It make hard reading, it?s a case of slogging through it rather then leaving us anticipating what she uncovers, there is also a sense of disbelief at some parts, for example when she consults the mediums. And the updated bits do not really make us any the wiser. In the past years her belief that she doesn?t know where the body is, to insisting the body is...
Advantages: Close to city centre Disadvantages: None for me
...for wheelchairs. A fourth entrance is hidden just behind the War Memorial next to the Guildhall and runs under a railway bridge. As you come into the park, you are met by beautiful towering trees.
In warm weather, Victoria Park is a popular place where city centre workers and students can spend some time in the open air and even lie on the grass and sunbathe. The flower beds are well kept and there are plenty...
Advantages: near from everything Disadvantages: ...
...Lille is situated in the north of France, and this is where I live, not really, but I live around Lille. This is a amazing town, but I wish there was more english each summer ;o).
Fist, it's really easy to come to Lille thanks to the ferries (that I took so many times!) and we have plenty of hotels there! I don't know if they are expensive or not because I don't need them!
24.06.2001 16:18 ·Read review
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