Manoir de Theuran

Magny-Cours, Burgundy, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Magny-Cours

The strange Germans.

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts


... was a trained barista. They seemed to be hardened Wwoof hosts, who had become a little blasť to the individuals who came and went, and now we were just cheap labour. Their sons also lived in the house, both of whom had the same rude uninterested attitude. We were told they could speak English, but that they refused to speak to Wwoofers.

Our first job of the day was to remove seeds from dried thistle heads. A job that filled us both with pure joy. Once completed, ...

Driving to Rodez

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid


We left Pougues les Eaux early, leaving the other two camping cars in the aire. Lovely day. Sunny and warm. Easy travelling because there was very little traffic and it was autoroute most of the way. Parking up at Campagnac for the night before the last drag to Alet les Bains tomorrow. Well, that was the plan! We got to the aire early - still daylight, only to find that the services were closed. Our controls said that we were out of water so we decided to go to the next ...

Sealed tow paths

A travel blog entry by jandmtravel


... tow path was still sealed. Shortly before Decize we found a place where you could drive along the tow path a short way and we stopped under a shady tree for lunch for a couple of hours. Had a couple of encounters with 2 different lots of friendly french people and we contemplated staying and camping for free where we were. But it seemed a bit early to stop and when a France Waterways van drove ...

Day 1 of riding; Cours les Barres loop

A travel blog entry by spannerplg


Woke around 7AM to a beautiful sunny day. Enjoyed a good breaky and got a briefing for the daily ride. Headed out on time at 9am, through beautiful fields and a string of tiny towns. Birdsong is amazing, and the air smells fantastic. Pretty well impossible to describe, so won't try. First stop was a smallish town local market, some tasty looking/smelling food, and some ****** clothes etc. Had ...

1500 Km - the Victory Lap!

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm


... its faience, tin-glazed earthenware introduced from Italy in 1565. It sounds rustic but it's not. It is very sophisticated and very expensive and there are many shops selling it. My natural instinct to hunt and gather is seriously curtailed by cycling so I won't be bringing any home with me. My yogurt pot collection will have to suffice.

My camera hit the cobblestones for the third time in Nevers, but seems to be working about the same. European towns are a minefield ...


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