Hostellerie La Croix Blanche - Fontevraud
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... any English and I knew just enough French to let her know that I don’t know any at all. It was a rather comical, albite awkward, affair that I muddled my way through. I don’t know about her but I breathed a sigh of relief when I was done eating. The meal was amazing of course. A nice chunk of duck with béarnaise sauce, small potatoes with crème fresh with chives, a salad with a delicious vinaigrette, and bread with ...
The morning dawned fine and clear and after breakfast ( supplied by the owners of the Gite ) we set off once again to have a good explore of the town. First stop was the Chateau which although it looked impressive from the outside was very limited on the inside with only one room properly furnished. One other attraction which the guide at the Chateau mentioned was ...
Left Domain de la Faurie about 9.30 am and took the autoroute towards Brive and then onwards towards Chateauroux where we turned off for Loches. Slight hitch leaving Loches but eventually found ourselves on the way to Saumur.
From Saumur took the N road towards Le Man and arrived at our destination of Bauge en Anjou mid afternoon . Found our Gite with not too much problem. ...
Ever since I read 'The Devil's Brood' By Sharon Kay Penman I had been wanting to visit this area of France. Between Le Mans, Samur and Chinon, played out the trubulent lives of Eleanor, her Husband Henry II and her sons Richard Coeur d' Leon & John. Henry, Richard and Eleanor are all buried at Fontevraud Abbey. Whilst the exact location of their graves are uncertain, their tomb effigies have been very well preserved and sit in the Abbey today. This was quite a unique order at this Abbey as ...
... down here, and indeed people were still residing in these dwellings into the 1950s at least, if not later. They had a wine press and walnut press in the caves, as well as an underground chapel that they built during the Wars of Religion when the above-ground one was burned down. The site is set up very well, with an explanatory handout and labels, along with numerous implements and pictures of what life ...