Hostellerie La Croix Blanche - Fontevraud
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Fontevraud-l'Abbaye
... Finally we took a boat ride on the Seine river to see why Paris is called the city of lights! I am always sad to see my trips come to an end but I will treasure the memories of seeing France for the first time again through their eyes. Even though I know the students will be so glad to be home, I know they too will miss this place and this experience that we shared together. They should all be very proud of themselves as I am proud of them! It truly was a "Bon voyage"! ...
... in the square outside the monastery, I never did see who owned them, wouldn't it have been funny so see some French farmer come out in his overalls and drive away, but I seriously doubt that. Gosh it is really quiet in these tiny villages at this time of year on a Sunday, sometimes it is as if you have the place to yourself, occasionally you will fine a small French child playing on his bicycle and always ready to have ...
I was really excited as I got the last available ticket for Saturday nights performance of Le Printemps des Ecuyers of the Cadre noir de Saumur, one of the three most prestigious equestrian schools in the world, the others being Vienna and Jerez and not only that ...
I had been recommended
to see Chinon by an English couple Martin and Heather Larcomb who had seen my number plates and come over to
say hello, these are the first British people I have seen in a week. I was glad for their recommendation as Chinon
was again an interesting town about 20kms away from Saumur. I found motorhome
parking at the top of the hill where the fortress was, ...
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 ...