Chateau de Beaujeu

Address: 18300 Sens-Beaujeu, Sens Beaujeu, Centre, 18300, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 18300 Sens-Beaujeu, Sens Beaujeu.
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    Travel Blogs from Sens Beaujeu


    A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Aug 28, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    Will write this up as time permits but the highlight for me today was the visit to a little village called Apremont which is very proud of being beautiful and rightly so 20village.html

    Before that we went to the city of Nevers.


    A long hill climb FIVE

    A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Aug 26, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... group move on before we started the walk around. Some of the buildings are quite dilapidated but still occupied but those that are crumbling to bits have been abandoned.

    After we headed down the hill (where two years ago a HAT tourist in this same tour rode down too fast, missed a corner, hit a tree and died) we continued on our way mainly along cycle only paths or the ...

    From Barbizon to Montargis, and then to Sancerre

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Aug 26, 2015

    1 comment, 30 photos

    We left Barbizon on Tuesday, August 25 for Montargis. Before leaving Barbizon, we received a dose of culture by visiting the gallery of Jean-Francis Millet (1814-1875). If, like me, you're reaction is, "who?" let me quickly say that Millet was one of the founders of the Barbizon school in rural France in the mid-nineteenth Century, when painters began to move outdoors as part of the Realism and Naturalist movements. He is best known for his paintings of ...

    Tile Mountain, ceramics, sun FOUR

    A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Aug 25, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... with the mosiacs.

    No bike shop so Arie suggested a change in plan. That we proceed onto Chatillon-sur-Loire (a town settled in the middle ages) and then along the canal to the barge. This would make the day about 25 km rather than 50. Noone objected to that! It turned about to be a great day, the town being fascinating and the canal track lovely to ride on. We felt we'd had a real french experience with white ducks, one swan, lovely bridges, people ...


    A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Aug 24, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... pears with chocolate sauce) and ice cream.

    There are:
    Eight americans (all know one another), three are couples plus two women, one single and one travelling without her husband. Robyn and Paul, Ruth and Phil, Roberta and Jules, Lorraine, Faith.
    Five Australians and one English woman, also a group. Jilly and Alan, Denise, Ros, Cecil (Ces), Jenny.
    Three kiwis, us and ...