Bed & Breakfast Les Chandelles

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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How far can we go......?

A travel blog entry by katschofield on Aug 08, 2014

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We packed up this morning and set Caen on the Sat Nav, she told us it was a mere 7hrs away! So, at our leisure, we left Stan's place (Les Deux Balloons) around 11am and drove and drove stopping only to swap driving at regular intervals. My ad hoc picnic bag had all the perfect ingredients for a continental lunch; bread, cheese, apples, chocolate and even a little wine (decanted into a water bottle - ...

The weather forecast was wrong!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 11, 2014


... of drying had finished outside, we brought in the washing but some was still damp so Isi made a temporary washing line inside just to air things off. The first time this has been necessary but we did have an extra lot of washing seeing as we have not been able to do some for over a week due to the rain.

After a late dinner, checked emails and we wrote and published today’s blog as no doubt we will get behind once our visitors arrive. ...

Etrechy II

A travel blog entry by stl312 on Aug 22, 2013

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... problems encountered in Paris or other large cities. And of course we all agreed that Paris is a most beautiful city.

Together we enjoyed wine, cheese, and pate along with a crusty baguette. There is nothing like French cheese: the variety of regions each encompassing a unique local terrior and from a variety of animals: sheep, goat, cow. Our pate de campagne was a perfect blend of meats, herbs, and wine. Julia ...


A travel blog entry by marysizemore on Jun 27, 2013

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... down. Eventually Jean had to get his ladder to bring it down. The deed was done and after we played for a bit longer, Claire and I went to help Anne with the grocery list. She had me write everything down. It was like a vocabulary test- she said the word in English and I'd write it in French. After that, us kids messed around with Claire's camera until Laure wanted some cherries and decided to have a spitting contest. The cherries here ...

La Closerie Falbala de Jean Dubuffet

A travel blog entry by jenandtony on Jun 30, 2012

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... seeming a little agitated and muttering to himself, creating not quite such a contemplative atmosphere and making us feel we had disturbed his otherwise peaceful day. However, as we left La Closerie his two no-show visitors appeared and he seemed happier.

Across the road he unlocked a door into a gallery housing lots of work by Jean Dubuffet. Now this is ...