B&B Chateauroux 1
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Calais because of the crisis with migrants, so we found a small village about half an hour away and had a plate of pasta and watched news etc.
P and O kept sending text messages telling us that the roads were congested and we should plan on having time to get to the port. Our ferry was scheduled for 23.35, and we were expected to check in at least an hour beforehand. So expecting delays, we moved off two and a half hours before departure, to ensure we would not ...
... only as a relay tower between the towers of Crozant and Eguzon. At this time it had a wooden drawbridge and a wide, deep moat. In the 17th century, it became a home. The moat was reduced in width, and the drawbridge was replaced with a bridge of stone. Yet, in between the 18th and 19th century, it became a simple agricultural home, and when it was bought in 1906, it had nearly been in ruins. At this point, 110 ...
... my surroundings as much as I should have.
Gargilesse is beautiful. It’s hard to describe the charms of this tiny town, which has been voted one of the most beautiful in France (like Vezelay). It borders the Cruese River and sits atop a hill overlooking the river valley. The old buildings, surrounded by flowers, had an uncultivated beauty only time can give. It was notably once home to Georges Sand, a remarkable 19th c. woman ...
... hike, we arrived in Saint Marcel, a small but beautiful village. Our hosts were not quite ready to greet us, so we walked on to the local church, which was Romanesque in origins. I am intrigued by this church and I would like to research it further in the future, if I can find some more information. The portal carvings were very interesting. If I had seen them in isolation, I would have sworn that they were Hiberno-Saxon. There were Celtic knots ...
... of being one of the (many) prettiest villages in France.
This turns into a real adventure.
After a few miles, we find the road to Gargilesse-Dampierre is closed for repairs.
In true French fashion, there is a large sign saying ...