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... the actual site is closed to the public, an interpretation centre in the village includes a full size replica of the frieze. Nearby, we visited a famous abbey in Saint Savin, the medieval city of Chauvigny, plus the National Park Brenne, the towns of Le Blanc and Montmorillon. The hotel, the Relais de Lyon D'Or, is beautiful, we are in a house over a 1,000 years old, but the conveniences are fortunately more ...
Poitiers is a must see town! It is a university town about three hours south of Paris. Rich in history and has some amazing architecture. A large portion of the inner city area is classed as pedestrian and the beautifully paved and old cobbled streets lead you down a maze of coffee shops, cafés, bars and boutique shops. Tonight was 22 degrees at 9 pm and people were dining in ...
We left the ferry port at Caen at 14.15 for a three hour journey to Poitiers... and arrived 6 hours later. Even allowing for 30 minutes getting lost and a half hour break, that's still 5 hours driving and we took toll roads. Stayed in a Best Western hotel made up of apartments with a ground floor and mezzanine built around an old manor house with a little outside pool. Problem was, ours was on the 3rd floor so ...
... traditional Basque Home with turrets up on the hill, a quick look inside another lovely church, a short paddle in the ocean and back to the coach. A very pretty town. Next the wonderful Pyrenees! Little villages spread throughout mountainous terrain, deep valleys and delightful views. Arrived at Pamplona at 3.00. An hours rest at the hotel, then into the town centre for a guided walking tour. Guide led us around the route of the ...
... with lots of crops and trees. This small city, 150,000 has a central, old medieval market area so we were dropped off at the square and could have lunch and/or visit sites. We visited St Mary's Basilica which the guide had told us was the starting point of the Camino De Santiago pilgrimage walking tour which Christians take and if they make it they are cleared of their sins. Various routes - finishes ...