Hotel du Cygne

Address: 6 Rue du Cygne, Tours, Loire Valley, Centre, 37000, France | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 6 Rue du Cygne, Tours, is near Musée des Beaux-Arts, Prieure de Saint-Cosme, Musee du Gemmail, and Didier Champalou.
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      First week

      A travel blog entry by euroyear on Apr 09, 2015

      11 comments, 21 photos

      ... started well sun out third day went on to Vouvray good site in middle of town quiet. Got bikes out Wednesday to go to Tours. Wine tasting at Chateau Moncontour in Vouvray ( Chris do you know them the guy knew of you? ) bought two bottles of wine. Been about 20 degrees so quite warm. First week over still learning. ...

      Au revoir, La France! A la prochaine!

      A travel blog entry by ssppsfrance2015 on Apr 03, 2015

      9 photos

      ... did their shopping at the supermarche! You will have to ask them what they purchased there! After getting dressed up, we went to visit the Arc de Triomphe. We were lucky to see a special ceremony for the eternal flame under the arc. We then went to dinner on the Champs Élysées! The dinner included salad, canard with potatoes, and creme brûlée for dessert! Look up canard in English! I don't know if everyone cleaned their plate but they hopefully tried this ...

      Collège Léonardo de Vinci

      A travel blog entry by tours2014 on Jun 20, 2014

      11 photos

      ... she'd discussed with them in class, and they performed it for her and us. We sang along, as it was a popular Ed Shereen song we all knew. Then we ate. The spread of delectable desserts and bon-bons was both staggering and delicious.

      After the goûter, it was time to mingle. The French students were shy at first, but after a little coaxing from teachers and kind smiles from the Americans, they opened up. Big time! They were so enthusiastic ...

      End of Week 1

      A travel blog entry by aprilmaeeads on May 30, 2014

      19 photos

      ... Our tour guide was from the Institute. While he spoke very clear French, and was a great storyteller, I failed to catch most of the historical significance of...well... anything he described. I caught "1800s" this and "Le Chateau" that, but for the most part, I just took in the sights.
      We had lunch in the town of Blois (pronounced "Blwaaw") next. That was amazing! There was another chateau that we did not go inside, but we did have a very nice ...

      Chateau^6

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 08, 2014

      81 photos

      ... Chinon. The chateau itself was in much better shape than Chinon--less ruinous, more furnished. Chinon was much larger, though. Amboise is unfortunately only one-fifth of its medieval size. During the French Revolution, fervent French citizens tore down much of the castle as a symbol of the monarchy; an engineering project of Napoleon led to the demolition of most of what remained. The chateau seemed huge to us as it is now; it was stunning ...