Hostellerie De Neuville Aux Bois

Address: 48-50 Place du Général Leclerc, Orleans, Loire Valley, Centre, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 48-50 Place du Général Leclerc, Orleans, is near Maison de Jeanne d'Arc, Loire a Velo Cycle Path, Musee des Beaux-Arts, and Hotel Groslot.
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Travel Blogs from Orleans

Château de Chambord

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Nov 16, 2014

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... teau de Chambord near Blois, is one of the most recognizable chteaux in the world because of its very distinctive French Renaissance architecture which blends traditional French medieval forms with classical Renaissance structures. It was built ...

House shopping

A travel blog entry by lcmckay on Oct 16, 2014

... Chambord and it is the most beautiful house I have ever seen we spend about two hours exploring all the rooms and reading about the castle I take hundreds of photos. Next we head to Ambroise it's such a pretty little town, we visit the house where De Vincci spent his last few years, it's very interesting I had no idea he was an inventor I assumed all he ...

A home away from home

A travel blog entry by lcmckay on Oct 15, 2014

... explore, Orleans has a very interesting history and connections the Joan of arch I'm very glad we ended up coming here. He takes us to this cute restaurant for lunch it's an interesting experience as the menu is in French he translates the main component of the dish but the remainder is abit of a gamble I order the duck and the fruit pastry. The food is delicious and the pastry is amazing. Bridget told Olivier that I have a wee obsession with French pastries so we stop at ...

See Chateau ... Stay Chateau

A travel blog entry by amsterdam01 on Oct 08, 2014

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Left Nevers never to return ... Bought baguette & croissants on the way out then tried to get to a chateau. Mis-judged the distance to #1 by 100 km so went to #2 - Chateau de Cheveny. It is still owned by the family, but was opened to the public in 1922. Had lunch by the pond watching two white swans play. Then to Chambord, the King's hunting lodge commenced well prior to the French Revolution by Francis I, and finished 100 years later. ...

Nice batch

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Sep 20, 2014

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Chambord is another French folly, it never worked for most of its owners, it was built as a hunting lodge by the king and as with other chateau successive kings it was added to over the decades. Appallingly it was lived in for only a few weeks a year ...

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