Les Logis du Grillon

Address: 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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    A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Aug 28, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    Will write this up as time permits but the highlight for me today was the visit to a little village called Apremont which is very proud of being beautiful and rightly so http://www.apremont-sur-allier.com/the% 20village.html

    Before that we went to the city of Nevers.


    A long hill climb FIVE

    A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Aug 26, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... It was very hot today, 34 degs I think and sunny. Hottest day so far. We stopped in Pouilly to eat our lunch but Dave and I just found a shady, grassy square and stayed put.

    Then we carried onto another medieval town called La Charite-sur-Loire with its old ramparts and very old church (construction started in 1050). It was an awe inspiring church but obviously doesn't ...

    From Barbizon to Montargis, and then to Sancerre

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Aug 26, 2015

    1 comment, 30 photos

    We left Barbizon on Tuesday, August 25 for Montargis. Before leaving Barbizon, we received a dose of culture by visiting the gallery of Jean-Francis Millet (1814-1875). If, like me, you're reaction is, "who?" let me quickly say that Millet was one of the founders of the Barbizon school in rural France in the mid-nineteenth Century, when painters began to move outdoors as part of the Realism and Naturalist movements. He is best known for his paintings of ...

    Tile Mountain, ceramics, sun FOUR

    A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Aug 25, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... barns, charolais cattle, donkeys, alpachas (!) and ancient cottages. The wounded bike made it back and we felt pretty good on arrival.

    The evening consisted of a wonderful meal, petanque and Dave and I walking to the village in the dusk (note LOOK UP THE CHURCH FOR INFO. St Etienne something??? Huge and imposing, norman??)

    Dinner was a salmon and cheese mousse, bass with green salad, new potatoes, green beans and butter sauce, cherry custard ...


    A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Aug 24, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Similar start to the day with a bit of rain but also very windy. I had slept better though.

    We had 55kms to cover today! We stayed on the barge to experience two of the fourteen locks the barge is to go through today. These are more modern than the "seven locks" the town is named for.

    We hadn't gone far when Dave got a flat. Ari changed the tyre quickly and we were on our way. While we ...