La Tourainiere

Address: Les Gasniers, Monts, Loire Valley, Centre, France | B&B
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This B&B is located on Les Gasniers, Monts.
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    Trying to find the house

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 10, 2015

    ... to give him that information before he started looking! So we are in the right place. We carry out stuff in and try to find the power. We finally read that it is in the cabinet next to the kitchen and find it. Then outside to the cement block where hubby has to get on his knees and stick his hand into the hole in the cement block in the ground with lots of spiders to turn on the water. We are good. Next we must haul the heavy gas canister out behind ...

    Day 7 - A Roundabout way to Mont Saint Michel

    A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... that had a touch of some spice that we couldn't quite identify but really enjoyed. We finished the meal with a bowl of fresh fruit with a dollop of raspberry sorbet.

    With full tummy's we hit the road for approximately another hour. We knew we were getting close as we could see Mont Saint Michel in the distance (what an awe inspiring view). We found our hotel "Auberge de la Baie" just off the road. Jerry checked in and pointed to a second floor where we would ...

    A foggy day at Fort La Latte

    A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Aug 30, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the port. This area is famous for its scallops, so that's what we had for dinner.

    Question of the day: Why do the French call scallops St Jacques?
    Answer: The scallop shell, the coquille St Jacques, is so called because it has been the symbol used since the 12th century by pilgrims walking to St Jacques de Compostèle. A carved scallop shell is to be found on the front of houses used by pilgrims at stopover points.


    Day 3 Ponterson

    A travel blog entry by simonsueroute66 on Aug 30, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... Its perfect. One major thing that is so noticeable is how clean the streets are. Where ever you go.. Towns villages, countryside. No litter at all. France has it right. Its down to the local people who set the standards to others. We can and should take note. It can be done. It shows they love and care for their country and community. Well done France 11.00 am. We're hungry....We stopped off for breakfast in a pretty small town... Called in the Patisserie. . . . A baguette, cake ...

    Crooked Charm

    A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Aug 29, 2015

    3 photos

    Today is for putting some miles under our belt to get out of Normandy and over into Brittany’s Cote d’Amour region. First stop the medieval river port walled town of Dinan.

    The drive, almost all by motorway, past Alencon, Le Mans and Rennes, took about 3-1/2 hours. Luckily it was a nice warm cloudy day and there were no traffic snarl-ups on the motorway. Lonely Planet suggested the nearest campground to the ...