Hotel de France

Address: 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-Saint-Michel

    A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jun 09, 2015

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... which might have explained why most people took the bus. So some old Bishop named Aubert, in the year 708 had this dream. He said he had been told by the Archangel Michel to build a sanctuary. He ignored the dream a couple of times until Michel tapped him on the forehead and said "hey, what about it" So it started off as a small project and then got a little out of hand until you see what it is today. In actual fact it was even bigger but got damaged by fire. Benedictine monks ran ...

    On the way to Mont Saint Michel

    A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    On our early morning walk this morning we found a beautiful lake so I took some photos. Of course! There were lots of men out fishing and we think they were after trout. When we travel we try to stay off any motor ways but that gets you meandering through some pretty tiny little French villages which is delightful but can add an extra hour or two to the journey. Kerry stopped the Beast today and ...

    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 ...

    Slaughter Day

    A travel blog entry by 2totango on Sep 08, 2009

    ... this is cruelty. But any meat that is eaten came from an animal that was once alive and was killed. Period. There's no other way around it. The only thing is, most people these days are separated from their food (except for the last stage- cooking) and don't have to see it happen or do it themselves. Neither one of us like the idea of killing animals, we like them alot. Which is another reason why we want to farm this way. At least then ...