Absolue Renaissance

2 rue de Paris, Magny-Cours, Burgundy, 58470, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 rue de Paris, Magny-Cours.
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    Travel Blogs from Magny-Cours

    Leaving burgundy

    A travel blog entry by brooksies on Aug 14, 2014

    5 photos

    We left astrids house and drove back via moulins. A beautiful town! We lunched in an amazing bistro that looked like it was unaltered since it was built in 1899. 14 euro bought the most amazing home cooked 2 course lunch we have had! So big we barely needed dinner ...

    STORM AT LAST

    A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Aug 08, 2014

    ... picked up. A small tornado started to form. The whole town went into a giant powercut. The lights eventually came back on, but then the thunder and lightning started. We had to run back to the campervan as soon as we had finished as Dad realised that we had left the windows right open. We got back and Mum and Dad's bed was soaked and the floor had a big puddle! We then dried up and got ready for ...

    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 ...

    Moulins

    A travel blog entry by jgazz on Jul 16, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    The best thing about having a car is the flexibility to go wherever you want whenever you want. Our drive to and from Gerardemer was long but not a bad one. This is because we have set our GPS to avoid tolls which means we have had the opportunity to drive through some of the most remote French towns. It seems the further inland you go the more you see of the ...

    All Roads Lead to Nevers

    A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Jul 14, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos


    After talking with a couple at breakfast who had cycled to Boubon from Decize the previous day, the town where we were headed next, we decided to follow the route they took on a straight rural road, the D15, instead of the more circuitous Euro Vélo route. It turned out to be mind-numbing straight, completely flat and one of the most boring rides we have had. While it wasn't a busy road, ...