Bed & Breakfast Les Chandelles

Address: 19 rue des Sablons, Villiers-le-Morhier, Eure-et-Loir, Centre, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 19 rue des Sablons, Villiers-le-Morhier, Eure-et-Loir, Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Centre

Paris

A travel blog entry by peta-jake on Jul 25, 2015

... got settled we had a dinner which consisted of snails, French onion soup and a chicken dish. Snails are surprisingly edible if they are covered in garlic and you forget what they are. In the evening they took us for a city tour on the bus. It was a good way to figure out what we wanted to do on our free day, and to learn the layout and some history of Paris. We stopped for a great view of the Eiffel Tower which lit up as the sun went down. On Friday we had a whole day to pack as much ...

Leaving Paris!

A travel blog entry by krog4 on Jun 01, 2015

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While all or most all of you were sleeping we were checking out of hotel and boarding our bus. Mario is our bus driver...not very happy guy. Vonda is our tour guide...very sweet! On the road to Switzerland with stops along the way. On a big highway so ...

Chateau du Marechal de Saxe

A travel blog entry by amsterdam01 on Oct 09, 2014

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... Walked the old parts of Orleans, & read the full story of Joan of Arc, who freed the city and killed many Englishmen before being burned at the stake at 19. Some woman. Then a drive through semi-crazy Paris traffic to a actuary in the Middleton of madness- this Chateau 15 kms from Paris in a massive public and private park. What a gift this is; old & used & wonderful. Grounds big enough for a run in the morning ... Yes ...

Is this France or Vancouver?

A travel blog entry by van14 on Sep 05, 2014

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... very charming town, with one main road, about 20 mins outside of Paris. Yann is an amazing host and gave us the rundown on all the tourist attractions, transportation, and the best areas to find authentic Parisian food. The best part of our conversation is when he told us the upstairs toilet was for **** only due to the old pipes. We haven't met Mike yet.

Took Boo-boo out for a stroll down the main street which ends at the Seine then popped into the local patisserie where ...

In France once more...

A travel blog entry by stl312 on Aug 15, 2013

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... the wood. All come together in a harmonious blend pleasing to the eye.

Streets around the town are lined with stone walls and gates. In the very old parts of town houses open directly onto the streets. Our gate opens onto our front garden where there is a very large cherry tree with the remnants of a generous crop and fresh cherry preserves in the pantry. Closer to the house lacey boughs shade the terrace which runs across ...