Hotel de France

4 rue d'Aignaux, Vire, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14500, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4 rue d'Aignaux, Vire.
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    Travel Blogs from Vire

    Mont St Michel

    A travel blog entry by carolg49 on Sep 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... to get to the ticket office. Well worth waiting, think my favourite part was the lovely cloisters with their central garden and an amazing view across the bay. Stopped in the way home to buy chicken for a dinner at home, sat in the courtyard for a pre dinner pastis in the lovely warm evening. We have been so lucky with the weather, warm and sunny every ...

    France - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by ericandyulia on Aug 31, 2014

    ... hut accommodation, which Yulia felt it resembled a Hobbits home. Here we hired bikes and rode to Mont Saint Michel (the island). We walked throughout the streets within the village, watch the sun go down and had dinner. Must not that Yulia, Kat and James all indulged in a creamy mussel stew. Rode home in the dark which was funny, Kat rode through horse poo :) we popped into the local corner store which is also a pub, we had a wine each and went to ...

    Searching for the Ouvriers

    A travel blog entry by david2014trip on Aug 18, 2014

    1 photo

    ... called La Boussac. This is the birthplace of Etienne Ouvrier who worked in Le Vivier Sur Ler Mer. The cemetery there had a tomb with LOuvrier families but with no other details. Went to Baguer-Pican where several marriages took place - just up the road from La Boussac where Etienne's father was a roofer. Finished up at Pontorson just out of Le Mont Saint Michel ...

    D-Day

    A travel blog entry by euromike on Jul 10, 2012

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... Tomatoes in the greenhouse, collecting splitting and stacking firewood, feeding the animals and finding any excuse to rip around on the quad-bike.


    I was alone for a day or two at the start, but soon an Australian couple named Ruby and Will joined me. I was relieved of being the “third wheel” when a week later Spencer (a fellow Canadian!) joined us. We all got along well and helped keep each other cheered up while we worked outside in ...

    Dutiful Workers

    A travel blog entry by 2totango on Sep 11, 2009

    6 photos

    ... the eggs are tiny and delicate, then I guess that's it. Beautiful to look at, they are nicely speckled with brown. Hard boiled for the salad, you become quickly frustrated trying to peel them. Mostly you get more shell bits and egg bits on your fingers than you actually get off, and when the shell does start to give way, it's almost like tearing paper.

    Driving through the countryside, we were forced to stop the car as ...