Le Calounier

Address: 5, rue de la fontaine - Hameau d'Arton, Molay, Burgundy, 89310, France | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 5, rue de la fontaine - Hameau d'Arton, Molay, is near Au coeur du vin.
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Travel Blogs from Molay

Cheating a bit.

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Nov 01, 2014

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... about Private Tand(e)y and Hitler. ) It was interesting to find out that the Battle of Marcoing took place just below the MH Aire on the St Quentin canal and the bridge.

We did however find the grave of a British Soldier, who at the age of 21 yrs had already won the VC and the MM!!! When you think of the average 21yr old today............
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Autumn in Autun.......

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 31, 2014

28 photos

We awoke to a clear bright but chilly morning, with mist just lifting off the lake.
We got everything ready to move off and then set off to walk into Autun. From what we had seen the night before, Autun was an affluent city, with lots of Roman ...

Pedalling along the towpath

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 19, 2014

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... are connections here with Henry Cort and his foundry at Fareham.
When we had lunch, there was a boat moored near us and as we left the forge we could see it making its way up the canal, so we stopped on the bridge to take some photos.
they were obviously novice sailors as they bumped ...

What a big one.......

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 18, 2014

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... the TGV line as well as the regional line. You can get to Paris in an hour! We checked out trains to Dijon, but engineering works meant bus replacements which weren't very convenient.
We arrived back from our walk feeling very hot and glad to sit out in the sun for a while.
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Lunch in Paris!

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 17, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... river Armancon. The very helpful man in the TO, who spoke good English, gave us a map with a town trail on it
the town is picturesque, but a lot of the old buildings and shops are either shut up, for sale or just been left to decay.

The church was badly damaged in the Revolution and restored in the 19thC ...