Domaine de la Thiau

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

    Back to Briare

    A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 11, 2014

    9 photos

    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

    10 photos

    ... for the night at Lere. Mooring here was well done. The bollards were quite a distance back from the shore (about 3m) and Denise had one real chance to lasso one. She got it in one. What class! What a relief! She's doing a great job on the fore deck and, combined, we put on a presentable show. Went for a walk and were impressed with what we saw. I am fascinated by the lavoirs which have been maintained very well. (A lavoir is ...

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

    A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... we came to Chatillon sur Loire. What a beautiful little town this is! We decided to stay one or two days and explore it thoroughly. After lunch we started to do just that and took plenty of photos. We took the advice of the Office de Tourisme and had dinner at Le Vieux Port which was close to where we had moored. Demolished most of a bottle of a local red wine which we enjoyed. Sleep was ...

    Happy Birthday Hattie!

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 06, 2014

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... but as we were near the gates the wind pushed us forward over the beam causing the lock to stop!! We then had to tie up and wait, but fortunately not long as the lock keeper from the last lock came on his bike and sorted us out. He reminded us that the next lock would be closed between 12 and 1 so we pressed on to try and make it through. We arrived at 11.45 but the keeper had gone, so much for their 12-1. They had left the gates open so we went in ...

    Twelve locks in pretty good order

    A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 06, 2014

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    We set off about 9.20 am and headed about 4 km down to Rogny les Sept Ecluse to the first lock of the day. At Rogny it was rainy but they were still trying valiantly to set up for a Nautical fete for the day. We did not want to stay but, as we had not given any notice of our coming to the eclusier, we had a bit of a wait until the next boat in our direction arrived. We then went through the next six locks, choosing to be the first boat in the lock against most advice ...