Chateau de la Flocelliere

30 Rue Du Chateau, La Flocelliere, Pays de la Loire, 85700, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 30 Rue Du Chateau, La Flocelliere, is near Puy du Fou and Eglise St-Ouen.
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    Travel Blogs from La Flocelliere

    Day 5 : Departing Paris - Friday 27.6.14

    A travel blog entry by whibj on Jun 27, 2014

    5 comments, 19 photos

    ... lived here for about 7 years after moving from the UK. We first met last year in Chinon in the Loire Valley for dinner after being introduced by a mutual friend who thought that we would get on well together - she was right and we did! Sal and David came to Australia in May and they joined us for dinner with our mutual friends, Mary and Phil. So now we are visiting them at their home.

    Lunch was delightful sitting on the rear terrace where we enjoyed ...

    This is the end

    A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Nov 23, 2013

    2 photos

    So we finally finished our last Workaway we are doing in France. It was quite a simple week really, with lots of odd jobs such as cleaning out the barn, cutting down some brambles...again. I used a strimmer to cut the grass and some weeds so I think one more power tool and I'm officially a real man! This week we also saw the ram that was here, (Beavis) killed and then skinned ready to be butchered. It was quite an experience to see it ...

    The final countdown

    A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Nov 17, 2013

    8 photos

    Only 5 working days left in France and looking forward to it ending. I have loved the experiences so far and the people I have met along the way but France is not for me. There is just nothing to do, so it's great if you want to do nothing and stare at some fields and trees all day, or a cathedral or two as they aren't bloody short of them! Everything stops and closes down for lunch so if you ...

    ...Like a headless chicken

    A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Nov 04, 2013

    2 photos

    The rest of the work at Steve and Jane's was quite hard. We had to clear all the brambles again and my body had never ached so much than after that day but on the friday we only worked a couple hours and they gave us the rest of the day off. All i had to do was help move the chickens then i chopped a kilo of chillies. Not a bad days work. It really made up for how achey i was feeling. Steve and Jane told us they had some friends they knew through ...

    Gourmet anyone?

    A travel blog entry by fran_c on Oct 29, 2013

    9 photos

    Indeed, as by the title, the best part of this stay was the food. They definitely could have had more on the plate though. hee hee.

    We arrived in La Roche-sur-Yon by 'covoiturage' (carpooling) through a website service called BlaBla car. The most efficient and affordable mode of transport we have been using to get around, and as all things have their cons, using this service depends on whether you can find anything for the day and time ...