Hotel Restaurant de Bel Air

Address: RN10, Vendome, Loire Valley, Centre, 41100, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on RN10, Vendome.
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Travel Blogs from Vendome

Marbouie

A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Nov 18, 2014

Very wet here now but still reasonably warm, moving slowly North and heading for Rouen today. We heads to IKEA en route to Oissel and had a little shop for goodies for the Motorhomes before heading to the aire at Oissel. Decent weather and lovely to walk on the banks of the Seine again. A good night at Oissel ...

Château de Chambord

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Nov 16, 2014

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Mon 17th: Walked around the beautiful centre of Blois with yummy French boulangerie purchases for breakfast and then drove on to see the renowned Chateau des Chambord.





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Marboue

A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Oct 16, 2014

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A great night at Le Hourdel despite torrential rain but quite warm and humid. Moved on to Marboue yesterday and a better and drier night. Just having a coffee and internet fix, shopping and fuel and then on to Uzerche where we hope there is still electricity and nicer ...

Wine, bikes, chateaus and rain!

A travel blog entry by radiobirdman on Oct 07, 2014

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... for our our trip and not hotel rooms as the apartments had lots of room and cooking facilities. The next day we travelled to a small area of the Loire Valley called St Nicholas Bourgieul. We stayed at a B and B on a farm amongst the grape vines (Cabernet Franc which were being harvested). We had booked to go riding for the afternoon but unfortunately it was pouring with rain and quite cold. We gave the riding a miss and settled into the communal kitchen area ...

Another double chateau day

A travel blog entry by themaggiej on May 08, 2014

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... 440 hectares and enclosed by a wall 32k long. It has been on UNESCO's World's heritage list since 1981.

The building of the chateau commenced in 1519 for King Francis 1 who intended it to be a hunting lodge but he only spent a total of 72 days in it and never saw his project completed. At his death in 1547 only the keep and the royal wing had been completed. It was his son Henry II, and later Louis XIV, both also ...