Hotel La Folie
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Folie Nevers
Probably wouldn't want to stay longer than a night but we enjoyed this quirky little place. Highlight was Bronte and Flynn discovering croissants for the first time.
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... to do today.
Yesterday, when out for our evening stroll, we noticed what appeared to be a cycle track along the banks of the river Loire, so, off we went. It started well, but, after about three miles, the track had become to narrow for Kathleen's taste, so, we retraced our route, back to the campsite, and joined another cycle route I had noticed.
This took us past a large marina area and along ...
... we do not get a reduction in price, which, does not please Kathleen.
But, we have a good view of the Basilica from our pitch, to compensate for the lack of electric hook-up.
An evening stroll across the bridge, into Nevers, rounds off the day.
Nevers is quite a lively town, lots of eating and drinking places, all ...
Will write this up as time permits but the highlight for me today was the visit to a little village called Apremont which is very proud of being beautiful and rightly so http://www.apremont-sur-allier.com/the% 20village.html
Before that we went to the city of Nevers.
... budget of York Minister! Pretty decrepit in places. A shame really as it will start to be too dangerous to be in soon.
Off we went again. All in all, 55 kms.
A pear and red wine glazed onion tart with goat's cheese
Home made hmaburger (pattie) with bernaise sauce, coleslaw and potato pompoms
Apricots with a pavlova ...
... before dinner, making our efforts seem more worthwhile. We also tasted the red wine of Sancerre, a pinot noir, which was excellent. Sancerre also has a long history of violence and warfare during the French religious wars when Catholics and Protestants fought for control of the region, with the Protestants eventually fleeing. I'll leave further research for those interested.
[We're spending thisTuesday night at a beautiful hotel in the ...