B&B Angers 2
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- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... covered it alot in his very interesting stories of his travels around France. He is a very clever fix it man and we have invited him over to NZ when ever he can make it some time.
I'm still smacking my lips over that casserole, dying to have some tomorrow. You would love it mum!!
Well have to work tommorrow, our last day, off to bed ,Good Night!
From Robyn in Loire ...
... bring it all home in the backpacks.
At about six ,Joesine will have us rallying for dinner, we always have a salad made by one of us and she will usually make the main dish. Kevin made rice pudding one night which was a hit with some rhubarb confit. Later on we have more free time to go walking or play this French game with sticks otherwise we plan the rest of our time in France or drink wine and Cointreau ............
... wine made from. We explored all the towers and slotted windows where maybe arrows were fired from. It had an enormous moat which made you wonder how any army could have breached its walls.
Later that night , after a little research, we went to an interesting restaurant called Grandgousier. Those French, takes us a while to work them out not to mention the menu! Very difficult to figure it all out! Eventually ...
Robyn at Angers castle.
From the website:
The original fortress at Angers was constructed because of the strategic position next to the Maine River, in a position that was earlier occupied by the Romans for the same reason.
Much of the current chateau was constructed in the early 13th century, between 1230 and 1240, by Saint Luois after his grandfather Philip II had captured the region from the English. For the following centuries it remained an ...
Information From the Chateau website:
Château de la Coutancière is a refined early 19th century residence. Guests will enjoy a stunning authentic decor : fine panelled walls, remarkable parquet floors, antique marble chimneys, and plenty of seating give you a real sense of château-life.
Peacefully set ...
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