Balladins Tours Nord
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to lunch and a beer, then a visit to St Martins Basilica and the ride back, we got just before it started to rain again, it didn't last long so off we went again for a walk to the local supermarket for some bits. We have now had dinner and taken down the porch awning and reloaded the bikes and trailer ready for our move tomorrow...
Next stop Clermont Ferrand, 200 miles. More to follow ...
... 8217;s not wrong, but we’re not doing it…… (watch this space….)
Ended the day in Brehemont, after a few miles of treacherous driving, thanks SatNAv!!. Beautiful campsite, although a little oddity with the toilet paper, one roll for three toilets, you must guess what you need and take it in with you!!
Lesson learned in the pub, don’t ask for a small and a large beer, large is ½ pint, small is ...
... some free time for photography, and then repair to "L'Orangerie" restaurant on the grounds of the Chateau for an excellent lunch of baked pork. We return to the banks of the Loire River to the town of Rochecorbon to walk at the Troglodyte Hotel and take a short boat trip on the Loire. It is the longest "wild" river (i.e., no dams) in France. It is a tranquil and relaxing trip, but the winds ...
We left a very soggy St Malo and made our way through rainy weather to the city of Angers, located in the Loire Valley. It is a quaint city, that really lent itself to exploration in the light drizzle that was falling when we arrived. The cobblestones glistened in the wet and it gave an almost medieval feel to Angers.
The Cathedral of St Maurice overlooks the city; built in the gothic style it has ...
... in a small square filled with outdoor cafes, and lined with old buildings. Tracy informed us that these had all been rebuilt, as the original buildings had been destroyed in World War 2.The nearby indoor market area was just closing, but we were able to pick up a few items (although Tracy, being super organised, had already stocked the fridge and cupboards with plenty of supplies - she and John had only arrived the day before, and will be staying for a total of 5 ...