Campanile - La Ferte-Bernard
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with thin slices of roasted garlic plus s nice salad and now a sorbet of passion and citron. No wine as today I still had to take the strong antibiotic prescribed by Narcisa. The air is getting quite cooler, it is 10 pm, my laughing Belgian neighbours have left and so did the two English ladies who talked too loud behind me. It's time for the first Basque Country much deserved sleep. Tomorrow I have to go to Saint Jean de Luz and continue to Irun on the Spanish ...
Tuesday & Wednesday, Amboise, Loire Valley: We visited three popular chateaus of the kings of France at Villandry, Chambord, and Chenonceau. Amazing gardens & architecture, the crown jewels of the Loire Valley. Some great wine tasting at a local vineyard followed up with a traditional French meal of escargots and lamb at a beautiful restaurant in a limestone cave. Thursday & Friday, Paris: Back to Paris for the last two days of the SmarTour. Another great meal of ...
... the usual Service point items, plus a well maintained toilet.
It is literally just off the N10, but, given how close it is to a major road, road noise is not ...
Free wifi, swimming pool, usual facilities, 14.40Euro.
Another glorious day weather wise, it is 19:30 in the evening, and a very pleasant 25C
... before? Even if you have or haven't, I'm here to tell you about MY wonderful experience at my first Backroads tour. To get started, Backroads is a tour company that does bike tours and multi-sport tours. The multi-sport tour is hiking, biking, and canoeing. I went on the biking tour. We biked all around the Loire Valley. There were three guides that were more like friends. There names were Erika, Henrike, and Anna. The Loire Valley was so beautiful, but enough ...