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TravelPod Member ReviewsCampanile Dreux
This was a 'pit stop' for us as part of a longer journey and it fitted our needs perfectly. Walking into Dreux was very 'doable' and we enjoyed a delicious dinner in a local restaurant in the town. The town itself is very pretty, full of character, well kept, has adequate shops and has a good feel about it.
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Well, what a delightful surprise this little town was - we chose it because it had train access directly to Versailles town and there was easy parking and it was on our route south!
We found a clean, pretty, friendly and rather wonderful little gem! We ate the most delicious meal we both agree we've ever had....
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... the opening stage of the Tour de France. The town was in full on party mode and very crowded. It was hard to see anything from the side of the road but we did manage to find a big screen to watch and really enjoyed seeing Aussie rider Rohan Dennis take the stage win. The next day, Stage 2 of the TdF came right through Montfoort so we spent a very pleasant day with the extended Ram family watching the Publicity Caravan and riders whizz by, while also celebrating Melanie's ...
... the post dessert. Each one was a masterpiece and was vey delicious.
This morning we are going to Dreux.Louis XIV’s brother was the Duke of Orleans, Phillip. Louis XVI’s cousin, “Louis Egalite” was very liberal and supported the French Revolution and voted against his cousin. However he met the same fate as Louis XVI. He had married a very wealthy woman who was exiled during ...
We decide on an IBIS hotel just out of Versailles. Well actually we think of trying the Hotel Nocturne next door - but the doors were locked and the front glass panel was smashed in, the sign was a bit skewed and it looked about run down. Helen went in to enquire about a room - telling us she thought it was dodgy before she even passed the front reception. Turns out the doors were locked and nobody was home. An abandoned hotel - how very Psycho!
... get our mobile phones to work in Dubai and couldn't advise our transport ( from London to Canterbury) of the change in arrival time, so missed our bus to Canterbury as well! We arranged a reschedule ( once we arrived into London), and finally got the bus at 7.00 pm,.. arriving at our farm (and the Motorhome) at 9.00 pm,.. some 4 hours later than originally planned. We had been 'on the road' for close on 36 hours and felt absolutely knackered. Our Host ...