L'Abbaye Saint-Michel

Montée Saint-Michel , Tonnerre, Burgundy, 89700, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Montée Saint-Michel , Tonnerre.
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Travel Blogs from Tonnerre

Hippy Town!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 27, 2014

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... br> We reached Troyes, (pronounced Trois) early evening and checked into our Budget Ibis hotel – oh yes, living it up for our last night of road trip! After being cooped up in the car for most of the day we headed straight out into the town which is famous for its medieval wooden-framed wonky houses.

Still full from our heavy hippy lunch we just had a drink in the ...

Last day in Gigny

A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 25, 2014

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We seem to be getting quite good at packing up now but it still has to be done so we had a leisurely morning with Mum and I sorting laundry and packing and the boys working. After lunch we headed back to Laignes for a wander around the little village which is quite quaint and then went to a lake near Marcenay only 10 mins away. We had a walk along the lake and in the forrest, but nothing too strenuous. There was a ...

L' Abbaye de Fontenay

A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 23, 2014

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... of the oldest Cistercian monasteries in France and set in beautiful manicured gardens. The Abbey was founded by St Bernard (a local man from a noble family already involved in a monastery nearby) in 1119 but there was an interesting connection as the main patron was the Bishop of Norwich who had fled persecution in England and sought refuge in Catholic France, using his considerable wealth to fund the Abbey. We found his tomb in the huge stark stone ...

Gigny 'tour' and Chatillon Museum

A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 22, 2014

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... was the Treasure of Vix and included a large number of exhibits found in 1953 locally in a mound of earth which were in fact the burial chamber of a young Celtic princess with jewels and in particular a 5' high bronze vase from 6C BC beautifully sculpted with chariot scenes, snakes and animals. It's the largest piece ever found from the Celtic period and may have been a gift from traders in Cornish tin from Britain travelling south. There were plenty of ...

Second Day on the Randle

A travel blog entry by pomeroys on Jul 15, 2014

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... caveman paintings. (No photos were allowed though.) When we got back, we biked to a swimming whole in the river to go swimming. We found wild blackberries too. After going swimming, we went into the town to see water jousting. It looked so cool! ...

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