Hotel Central Montargis
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Montargis
... has a lovely church and selection of very nice houses, but not much else. We opted to eat at the on site restaurant which was very good food even if it didn't look, particularly smart. The Lleft Red Ruby beer was very good - even to Doombar & Atlantic fans! The temperature is now quite pleasant for sitting outside at 9.30 with the sun just disappearing. I may have to find a jumper for tomorrow's trip home. Can it really be so different it's just a short hop across the channel to ...
We were up way too early to catch our train to Montargis. Although we were probably not up early enough - we almost missed it. The stations are huge, so when you need to change lines, it's not always as close as you might think, especially when you need to swap from Metro to the regional service. Thankfully France has an excellent train system, and it was always easy to find the next connection.
Benjamin picked us up ...
... trades each week. Great fun. Montargis is south of Paris and is where the company we are renting our campervan from is located. It's a bit out of the way but with one huge advantage - we don't have to drive out of Paris! If you followed our last trip you'll know that we had a very stressful start to our campervan journey when we found ourselves heading towards the Arc de Triomphe! We both really enjoyed Lille. It's quite a large city and has ...
... happy and full. We then went to see this crazy giant sculpture in the middle of the forest called the Le Cyclops. I could explain it but... its just one of those things you need to see for yourself. Then i took Nathan swimming, he was really really happy with going to the local pools i guess they don't do it often. I then came back to eat oysters and other fancy things. I ate this one thing out of a giant scallop shell. It was a giant scallop shell ...
... day when in town we went to the Castle, a tourist attraction in Font. We walked about for an hour amongst the meticulous landscape and ancient architecture and had lunch next to a river.
The forests are...magical, for lack of a better term. The boulders number in the thousands and are scattered about randomly in clusters making for great places to spend all or part of a day in a group, climbing, eating, chatting, laughing ...