Hotel de l'Abeille

64, rue Alsace Lorraine, Orleans, Loire Valley, Centre, 45000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 64, rue Alsace Lorraine, Orleans, is near Maison de Jeanne d'Arc, Loire a Velo Cycle Path, Musee des Beaux-Arts, and Hotel Groslot.
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    Travel Blogs from Orleans

    Orleans

    A travel blog entry by chezann on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... taking to get to Paris as we had left Poitiers early in the am and did not get to Paris until mid afternoon. We past a few castles and lots of crops, future croissants and baguettes! In the end there was a bit of chanting and clapping of "Paris" (clap, clap, clap) coming from the back if the bus, and you don't have to be Einstein to know who instigated that!
    We were awarded medals for ...

    Castle Cathedral Crazy Driver

    A travel blog entry by dinesh.gomes on Jul 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... valley is famous for 2 things - wine & castles. The Loire valley is fairly close to Paris, about 2-3 horus by car and so I decided to make a weekend trip out of it and drive there. Having driven in Brittany and the Alps I felt that i was well prepared to take this next big step of driving directly out of Paris. So far for all our trips the car pickup location has been the TGV train station of arrival. These places are usually a little outside the city and ...

    Ahhh...figured out the le problem with le GPS

    A travel blog entry by mezzas on Jun 13, 2014

    1 comment

    Remember when I said I bought some new knickers yesterday. Well I didn't really understand the sizing. Despite the vast quantities of fromage I've consumed there's still plenty on room to move in these babies. Un grande knickers. Anyway...back to things of greater cultural relevance.

    Toured the Abbey this morning on the Mont. OMGoodness. Freaking genius. Once again, how they built this thing on the top of a tiny rocky island 1,000 years ago I do not ...

    Don't drink the water

    A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on May 11, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... up we could see that our entire house would have fit inside one room. Then there were several levels and wings and quarters and the rest and it is just obscene to think about the amount of money that was actually spent on it. As we were walking around I shared the full extent of my knowledge of the French Revolution with Lily and Ruby which to be honest doesn't extend much beyond the fact that there was ...

    A big castle called a chateau

    A travel blog entry by lilyruby on May 11, 2014

    3 comments

    (Ruby)- Today was very fun, we went to Chateau Chambord which had a lot of stairs. It was so tall and they are fixing the roof. We watched a film about how they built it. They started making it 500 years ago. The Kings and Queens lived in there and they didn't share all their money. Lots of people were poor and they had a revolution. After the revolution there were no Kings and Queens in France. There were lots of bugs in ...