La Boule D'Or

Address: 49 Rue Du Commerce, Cholet, Pays de la Loire, 49300, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 49 Rue Du Commerce, Cholet.
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Travel Blogs from Cholet

Trip to Angers

A travel blog entry by robynbee on May 20, 2015

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... wine made from. We explored all the towers and slotted windows where maybe arrows were fired from. It had an enormous moat which made you wonder how any army could have breached its walls.

Later that night , after a little research, we went to an interesting restaurant called Grandgousier. Those French, takes us a while to work them out not to mention the menu! Very difficult to figure it all out! Eventually ...

Nantes and Cholet

A travel blog entry by fredpedler68 on May 18, 2015

... it was lunch hour. Later in the afternoon we shopped for gifts for the grandchildren and then returned to our room. Our hotel is an Ibis and we have been given a family room with two single beds and a double bed in the largest room we have ever had. While preparing for snacks I tipped my glass of red wine over and stained the quilt cover and a bath ...

A day of courage

A travel blog entry by rorison1074 on Apr 18, 2015

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... the Chateaux we carried onto Angers where we stayed in a B&B which was an old farm house loft that had been modernised. It was great, and we got to talk to the owner who luckily for us spoke not bad English. Dinner in Angers was in an Italian restaurant with a very friendly vibrant Italian host who was a real character especially once we told him we were from NZ. Pizza and pasta for dinner and we were sorted for another ...

The 24 Hour tour and a fly story

A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Sep 29, 2014

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... about determining who had the freshest liveliest langoustines,oysters and mussels. The blue lobsters were literally snapping and the shrimp wriggling and waving their antennae as they scrambled over piles of their brethren and we purchased a kilo of the pink crustaceans, and the mussels from Mont St Michel. Grabbing a couple of baguettes, more luscious desserts from the bakery we made a quick tour of stalls loaded with produce, shoes for 20 euros and fashionable shirts and dresses ...

Home again and a night to remember

A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Sep 24, 2014

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... day.

The first fete we ever attended was a raucous affair, with little in the way of applies, the poisonous punch, lots of wine, a vote for the mayor of the village, speeches, drinking songs and games and salad and some bread the only food in evidence until after midnight. The indoor fireplace had been lit a couple of times to grill the dinner but had been forgotten in the heat of frivolity and I had to make my way home by 12:30 a bit tipsy ...