Domaine de la Thiau

Address: Route de Gien, Briare, Loire Valley, Centre, 45250, France | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Route de Gien, Briare, is near International Hunting Museum (Musée International de la Chasse).
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      Travel Blogs from Briare

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      A travel blog entry by purpleowl on Nov 11, 2014

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      i took the challenge from the green knight.i took the ax and slice thought the green knights neck. then his body picked up his head and told me the challenge for a year later.well it's that time. i make my way to the chapel. on the way i stay at a castle. then i got to the chapel. the battle with begin. ...

      Back to Briare

      A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 11, 2014

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      10th July Back to Briare In the morning we waited for the Office de Tourisme to open and the lady there took us across the road to the Church of St. Martin. Took lots of photos. (I finally got all the iPads and phones backed up so I can now access Denise's photos-- can't promise I will have the energy or patience to go back through this blog and add more now, however!) The weather was not good but we were pleased we stopped long ...

      Two wonderful days in Chatillon sur Loire

      A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 09, 2014

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      8th July After breakfast we washed some basics and then took off on the recommend walking tour of this little town-- (recommended by the Office de Tourisme). We'd done some of the sights the day before but it was worth a second look. Lots of photos. The tour was mostly through the medieval part of town and some of the buildings must have been 4 or 5 centuries old. We were enthralled. On the way home we bought a bread stick ...

      Change of plan-- on to Chatillon-sur-Loire

      A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... has a walkway both sides of the canal and is nicely decorated with light columns at each end. Worth a look at the website. Denise took a video but I couold not take any photos as steering dead straight in the canal with lots of pedestrian onlookers close by ( they wanted to take our photo!) was a major consideration for me. Across the bridge we turned south and five kilometres ...

      Twelve locks in pretty good order

      A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 06, 2014

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      ... way I saw a deer grazing in a wheat field. It bounded away when it saw me. Pity I didn't have the camera. On the way back I detoured around some of the very quaint streets and lanes. I was fascinated by the cellars with inclined doors right on the roadway. One very decrepit one gained my attention when a French women about the same age as the cellar opened it and went down out of sight! That walk was a highlight and I am sorry Denise was not with me to enjoy it as ...