Quality Hotel Orleans Centre
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Travel Blogs from Orleans
... leaving just around 11am. After a day's ride, I reached beautiful Orleans, but I arrived so late ~8pm that I didn't really have time to explore. I reached the municipal campsite that appeared both on the opencyclemap and in the camping POI database I downloaded, but it was closed-- all of the buildings were closed, the water and electricity disabled, and picnic tables ...
... br> Beautiful motel room... Hope to send this on tonight but WiFi seems a bit iffy...
Love to everyone xxxxx
It's tomorrow now. Beautiful nights sleep.
Nutella croissants for breakfast... Yummy.
So lovely to talk to you this morning Mum and Dad. Sad news about Felicity. I will email Rod first thing.
Glad to hear all is well at home and the dogs will be so excited to see Emily!
Will send this off as soon as I am on the bus .
Love to everyone ...
... a lovely car free Main Street and shopping area. I bought a lovely necklace...all coloured buttons. Then on to Bordeaux and a lovely motel. Too far out of town to do any exploring .... Which is a plus really as we had a group dinner here... Lovely...and so loud... everyone talking to everyone....and it really allowed people to mix and get to know each other. On to Biarritz tomorrow... Perhaps a swim in the Atlantic...27 degrees here today. Then ...
... beautifully appointed en suite are fastidiously clean. My first appointment is with the shower and appearances do not disappoint as I am bathed in a torrent of finest Evian. We head out for dinner and take our time walking around from establishment to establishment until we find a suitable establishment for the gingembrea derrière (no simple feat). We finally settle on a table al fresco and commence some serious people watching. We are surrounded ...
Bruce told me a bit of the history of the hundred years wars between France and England and that one of the major characters during this time was Joan of Arc who led the french army to victory over the English in several key battles. This allowed the coronation of Charles VII for the french crown. She was subsequently captured by Burgundians, sold to the English who paid a Bishop to try and convict her as a heretic and sentenced her to be burnt her at the stake, Joan was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed