Thursday, August 16, 2007

Hotels in France

What you see in the photograph above is a high speed train [TGV] which everyone love to travel.
Yes, for people like me who love to travel in train, here in my country the superfast train will travel to the maximum of 120 kmph. But these trains in France travel at speeds of 320 kmph. Wow. But if we were to go to France the first thing we would like to do is get our passport and then the visa and after these itineraries are fixed the last thing is to find a comfortable place of accommodation.
To finalise the accommodation there is a website named When I first clicked on this website the red colour images and the bold fonts all over the website gave me an impression to close the window in my PC. But on having closer look on the page, it had a smart information on giving us the option to sort on the hotel rates & other columns so that we could fix the comfortable price option. Its a nice website to fix the hotel rates for our travel to France. Oh the train ticket booking seems could be done only after going to France.

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Tonio said...

Yeah I love this train [TGV] it's really fast !!!
I recommend you another site where you can find good accomodation in France cheeper than hotels (youth hostels are good places) see In fact you can book your ticket for a TGV trip befor going to France at the french train company website. You can get really good rates if you book early ... 2 month befor ..., such tickets are called "Prem's" and you can print it home before comming to France !!!!

Anonymous said...

There are no two ways about the fact that the global economic scenario has hit the real estate sector dearly. Even the Indian economy that is touted as one of the most developing economies along with the Chinese economy had to naturally bear the brunt of the economic showdown. Cities like Hyderabad that witnessed almost overnight and rapid development owing to the growing IT sector are amongst the badly hit. The commercial properties especially the hotels in Hyderabad have also seen falls in their occupancy. Though the occupancy of the business hotels in Hyderabad is still better as compared to the leisure and luxury hotels, it is not as good as it used to be. However, the good news is that the bigwigs of the hospitality sector are undeterred and the hotels rooms in the ITC hotels in Hyderabad are expected to rise by a whopping 5600 rooms in addition to the existing 2000 rooms. This is good news not only for the city but also for the country as the rising hotel rooms and the rise of the budget hotels in Hyderabad along with the business and the luxury properties is only indicative of the fact that the Indian economy would get back on track and business would flow in and boom never as before.