Hattonchatel Chateau

Rue du Chateau, Vigneulles-les-Hattonchatel, Meuse, Lorraine, 55210, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue du Chateau, Vigneulles-les-Hattonchatel.
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    Travel Blogs from Vigneulles-les-Hattonchatel

    Last day in Gigny

    A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 25, 2014

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    We seem to be getting quite good at packing up now but it still has to be done so we had a leisurely morning with Mum and I sorting laundry and packing and the boys working. After lunch we headed back to Laignes for a wander around the little village which is quite quaint and then went to a lake near Marcenay only 10 mins away. We had a walk along the lake and in the forrest, but nothing too strenuous. There was a ...

    Parc de l'Auxois

    A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... wallaby), Amerique etc. There was a little train but the boys would have looked rather over-sized and it moved like a snail so we gave it a miss and left the pre-schoolers to queue and go wild at the thrill of it. We fed a group of hungry goats including lots of cute kids (aah!) with plain popcorn sold for the purpose, as well as waddling ducks. But our favourites were the prairie dogs and meerkats, purking up alert on 2 ...

    L' Abbaye de Fontenay

    A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... so you can see it working today. There was a helpful guide in English to walk you through the church, dormitory, Chapter house, cloisters, boiler room, infirmary and jail (thought to be for protecting valuables rather than locking up naughty monks!) as well as the forge and bakery. Like many monasteries the Abbey suffered decline and damage during the Wars of Religion and by 1790 the last 8 monks had left. The property was sold and used as a ...

    Gigny 'tour' and Chatillon Museum

    A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... was the Treasure of Vix and included a large number of exhibits found in 1953 locally in a mound of earth which were in fact the burial chamber of a young Celtic princess with jewels and in particular a 5' high bronze vase from 6C BC beautifully sculpted with chariot scenes, snakes and animals. It's the largest piece ever found from the Celtic period and may have been a gift from traders in Cornish tin from Britain travelling south. There were plenty of ...

    Wet day in Gigny

    A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 21, 2014

    It was actually quite refreshing to have an overcast rainy day to have a slow start and catch up on work and washing. Mum and I decided to pop to the Spar in Laignes our nearest village with shops about 5 mins away, but as usual had misjudged the timing and it was closed for 2 hours for lunch! Rather than return with no bread for lunch we were very adventurous and took off to Chatillon-sur-Seine (yes the same Seine running thro Paris) about 20 mins away and, ...