Hotel le Grand Monarque

Address: 33, quai Clémenceau, La Charite-sur-Loire, Burgundy, 58400, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 33, quai Clémenceau, La Charite-sur-Loire.
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Travel Blogs from La Charite-sur-Loire

Never Say Nevers

A travel blog entry by amsterdam01 on Oct 07, 2014

Our little room in Saint Etienne (Hotel Tenor) forced us out early as we had some k's to cover today. Picked up some supplies from the Hotel Deville's supermarket, including choc and plain croissants for morning tea, & stuff for a baguette lunch. Headed NW to Vichy, then Moulins, then ended at Nevers in a lovely Ibis Hotel (not flash) just over the ...

Never say "Nevers"...

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Sep 21, 2014

3 comments, 24 photos

... the remains of a 27 m Gallo-Roman pyramid, purpose unknown, but probably a tomb or a memorial.

Onwards to Nevers and Hotel de Cleves, where Douglas got to put his French language skills to good use trying to check into our room over the telephone! Being a Sunday afternoon, the hotel reception was closed, but we eventually got squared ...

Loire Valley

A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 01, 2014

24 photos

... wherever they are needed in the country. They can keep their job for life working only 35 hours a week. So the only time there are job openings is when people retire or leave for health reasons. All workers in both public and private jobs receive 5 weeks of vacation.

Tomorrow we head for Normandy and the D-Day beaches, a highlight for all of us.






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STORM AT LAST

A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Aug 08, 2014

... available. The food there was delicious. Max and I both got pizzas with marinated beef, onions,cheese and tomatoes on. For dessert, I got two balls of icecream- one was praline and the other was vanilla with whipped cream. Then, the storm came. All of a sudden, the sky vanished. Black clouds were everywhere and you could no longer see on the other side of the bridge. The heavens opened and ...

Puy De Dome

A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Aug 07, 2014

... we started our drive to Puy De Dome. On the way, I popped into a patisserie and got bread and flan for later on. Once we arrived at Puy De Dome, we got jumpers and bought train tickets to go up the mountain/volcano. The train ride took 15 minutes to climb 1435 foot high. Once we were at the top, the view was ...