Le Central

6 Rue D'avignon, Orleans, Loire Valley, Centre, 45000, France | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Orleans

Ahhh...figured out the le problem with le GPS

A travel blog entry by mezzas

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Remember when I said I bought some new knickers yesterday. Well I didn't really understand the sizing. Despite the vast quantities of fromage I've consumed there's still plenty on room to move in these babies. Un grande knickers. Anyway...back to things of greater cultural relevance.

Toured the Abbey this morning on the Mont. OMGoodness. Freaking genius. Once again, how they built this thing on the top of a tiny rocky island 1,000 years ago I do not ...

Don't drink the water

A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip

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... a big house. On the way to the big house we drove through a village called Le Chiteau and although its a mix of translation and homonym Jess and I decided that we wouldn't drink the water there just to be on the safe side. The big house was not just any big house, we were off to the Chateau de Chambord which is located in Europe's largest park surrounded by a 32km wall so the Chateau had to be pretty big ...

A big castle called a chateau

A travel blog entry by lilyruby

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... Today we went to a chateau (that's castle in French).it was ginormous and took us two hours to walk around it. The name of the castle is Chambord. One of the big rooms was the size of our whole house. There are lots of hunting pictures because people went there mostly to hunt. In one hall there were lots of deer's heads and antlers. There were lots of pictures of French Kings and Queens. Around the grounds of the castle ...

Better day, but still a long drive

A travel blog entry by dubdup

Just us (The Good Olde Boys) and Interceptors to go, of for 9am and on the road we go, steady drive, still put in another 9 hours of driving, but managed to go via the Millau bridge and kept pushing to get to Orleans, so this gives us an easier day tomorrow.

Rat Rods drove through the night to get to Calais for 3pm, then the 6pm boat over to the UK, they reckon to be back home in the North East for 2am. Tip my hat to them, that is a marathon driving session!! Well done lads.
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A little bit Chamboring

A travel blog entry by rossfamily

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... served with a poached egg on top) – so good!

Our drive to Paris was good – smooth, easy, big highways. It got a little crazy once we hit the city (wow – Paris is huge!), particularly around the périphérique – the ring road around the whole city. Once we finally got off that and into the city, it wasn’t too hard. Driving in Paris is challenging, because the one-way streets aren’t marked that ...

Location

This hotel, located on 6 Rue D'avignon, Orleans, is near Maison de Jeanne d'Arc, Loire a Velo Cycle Path, Musee des Beaux-Arts, and Hotel Groslot.
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