Les Logis du Grillon

100 Rempart des Dames, Sancerre, Centre, 18300, France | B&B
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This B&B, located on 100 Rempart des Dames, Sancerre, is near Coeur de France Ecole de Langues and Coeur de France Ecole de Langues.
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    Loire Valley

    A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 01, 2014

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    The stunning beautiful Cathedrale St. Etienne dominates the town with its unusual 5-door entrance and amazing, amazing stained glassed windows.

    We had a group dinner at Au Senat Restaurant where we learned it is impolite to place your hands on your lap during dinner, they should always be on the table to show that you do not have a weapon under the table. We were introduced to Kir, a popular cocktail drunk before dinner made ...

    STORM AT LAST

    A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Aug 08, 2014

    ... picked up. A small tornado started to form. The whole town went into a giant powercut. The lights eventually came back on, but then the thunder and lightning started. We had to run back to the campervan as soon as we had finished as Dad realised that we had left the windows right open. We got back and Mum and Dad's bed was soaked and the floor had a big puddle! We then dried up and got ready for ...

    Puy De Dome

    A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Aug 07, 2014

    ... we started our drive to Puy De Dome. On the way, I popped into a patisserie and got bread and flan for later on. Once we arrived at Puy De Dome, we got jumpers and bought train tickets to go up the mountain/volcano. The train ride took 15 minutes to climb 1435 foot high. Once we were at the top, the view was ...

    Back to Briare

    A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... windows cleaned. Made it back to Briare about 5pm, filled up with fuel (80 litres for 166 kilometres and 41 engine hours is not bad!), sorted out our computer backups and settled down to another of Denise's meals and a very welcome early night in bed. 11th July The final anchorage-- Briare Washing, cleaning, buying train tickets and arranging to meet our French hosts tomorrow was the order of the day. Got most of that done by ...

    Nevers

    A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Jul 11, 2014

    Pretty eventful day today. We woke up in England and went to bed in France. Eurostar was very cool - super smooth, super fast - we barely knew we were moving but out the window the country-side was whizzing past. The trip from London to Paris took just over two hours with only about 20 mins in the tunnel. Although pumped for taking a train under the water, in the event Bronte and Flynn couldn't care less. They were ...