Hotel au Poisson d'Argent

Address: Le Port, Le Mesnil-en-Vallee, Pays de la Loire, 49410, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Le Port, Le Mesnil-en-Vallee.
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      Travel Blogs from Le Mesnil-en-Vallee

      The 24 Hour tour and a fly story

      A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Sep 29, 2014

      10 photos

      ... town of Clisson, which was nearly destroyed in 1790s by the Revolutionary Vendee War. Remnants of the massive mediaevil castle still stand today, a vestige of the powerful Olivier 1V of Clisson and a Middle Ages covered market stands in the middle of the upper town and is full of produce , cheeses, bread and fish stalls on a Friday morning.

      In the 19th century the Cacault brothers of Nantes and their sculptor friend Garenne Lemot had Clisson rebuilt in the Italian ...

      Angers

      A travel blog entry by alhngjh on Sep 28, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... first stop for a look accompanied by 10,000 like minded individuals no parking any where so we continued along the beautiful coast line to St Malo with 100,000 of our best friends . There was room for us fortunately and we had a pleasant walk around the ramparts , having become rather partial to a good rampart lately, the old part of town was almost completely destroyed in 1944 but was faithfully reconstructed on the original style. A couple of Islands off shore ...

      Home again and a night to remember

      A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Sep 24, 2014

      7 photos

      ... 8 years and was started by one of our neighbors Pierre and Chantal. Our street is comprised of 6 familily homes including us and everyone is invited including children and relatives, generally 20 to 25 persons. We all share in the cost and we all contribute food and drink according to the list circulated several weeks before the event. A date is never decided until Dominique and I have arrived in France and then it is adjusted to our schedules. So far ...

      A day in the life

      A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Sep 03, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the property during chestnut and mushroom season who feel that it is their right to pick and harvest even though it is private property.

      Paul our 85 year old caretaker has been very busy in the garden, picking pears, digging shallots and potatoes, harvesting the white beans called Demi sec, that have to be picked and left in the sun to dry.. Not only has he been hard at work but we have been picking more tomatoes, to turn into soup and ...

      Life in a French University

      A travel blog entry by janined22 on Jan 31, 2014

      3 comments

      ... my French. So no private conversations with my other Australian colleague.

      There are three Australians at uni this semester. I have been befriended by a lady called Sally who is slightly older than the average student, but still young enough to be my daughter. Sigh. She's a week older than Steven. She is however, married, with three young children and they are here, along with her husband, living in a small town about 20 mins ...