Hotel du Cerf

Address: 31 Rue Garnier, Chateau-Gontier, Pays de la Loire, 53200, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 31 Rue Garnier, Chateau-Gontier.
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Travel Blogs from Chateau-Gontier

Making a dash for it........

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jul 05, 2014

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Well, it rained on and off all night and again in the morning. The forecast was for rain/showers for the next few days. We put off our cycle ride/picnic, hoping that it would clear up. Then, spontaneously at 11.10am, we both said, ' why don't we move on, instead of sitting here waiting for the rain to stop?' We still had the blue ...

Milling around...

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jul 04, 2014

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Another lovely day, so we tidied ourselves up a bit for a walk into the town of La Fleche. There is a footpath leading from the camp over a tributary of the Loir and then over the main river and into town, past two big mills
La Fleche is a pretty little riverside town. It ...

Straight as an Arrow

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jul 03, 2014

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We left Oradour on a lovely morning to head to the River Loir - yes that is the right spelling - to our next stop.
Now that we are in to July, a lot of campsites have stopped their off peak ACSI reduction, and their rates have shot up. We need electricity now and again for things like tv (for football), my ...

La Chapelle d'Aligne

A travel blog entry by susannz on Jun 20, 2014

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... Apocalypse in the city's château and the 20th-century Chant du Monde at the Jean Lurçat museum. A bustling old town, with many pedestrianised streets and a thriving café culture, makes it a good western gateway to the Loire Valley." Quoted from the Lonely Planet. It is certainly busy and is the biggest city we have visited since Lyon. And being a big place we were unsure what to visit first, so went for a ride on the Petit train, another one of ...

Birthday!!!

A travel blog entry by obrillips on May 14, 2014

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... salad baguette, and a nectarine for dessert. All washed down with some red wine produced with in the local area. Lunch was accompanied by the beautiful song of a number of Red Goats, actually called Red Throats. They are a type of bird, however, François mixed up the word goat and throat when translating their name for us. We saw many more Red Goats throughout the day, and some Orange Goats too.
After lunch we continued our ride further ...