Le Colombier

Address: 18 Place Du Vieux Marche, Romorantin, Centre, 41200, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 18 Place Du Vieux Marche, Romorantin.
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Travel Blogs from Romorantin


A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 12, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... as we checked out the town and the chateau. We also found the place where Leondardo Da Vinci had lived for a while, but it was unimpressive. The next leg wound thru farmlands, vineyards and gorgeous villages. No sooner had we left one village, than we were heading into the next. We had lunch beside the river, just as it started to rain. By the time we got our coats on, and our waterproof covers for our panniers, it had stopped. The sky still looked ominous, and sure ...

St. Malo-Loire Valley

A travel blog entry by josieinfrance on May 06, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... These stones are 5000 years old and made of granite which weigh tonnes! We then had a tour of a cathedral - St. Morris. We will stay overnight in Blois at a hotel called Hotel Mercure!. had dinner with a couple named Robyn and Ed from the States. It was a simple meal of salmon and veggies at the hotel. Early to bed because we were feeling extremely ...

Day 3 - Chateau de Chambord (Amboise)

A travel blog entry by coznlinda on May 02, 2015

5 comments, 20 photos

After some issues with the rental car agency (Europcar) -- Sandy won that battle in case you are curious...and with the GPS programmed we headed towards Amboise (146 miles southwest of Paris, approx. 2 1/2 hours ) which lies on the banks of the Loire River in central France. The rain hasn't let up but we are seeing these great patches of yellow fields that remind me that the rain is just a temporary inconvenience. We arrived in ...

Chateau Chambord & Interesting characters

A travel blog entry by annieallison on May 01, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... They certainly weren't letting the weather slow them down.

The Chateau was incredible looming above us and we commented how this was a slightly different backdrop to what we usually see when wandering around a market!
We encountered one of THOSE tourists while waiting in the line for tickets. There is always at least one on every trip we take. She was American with long lanky hair down past her bottom and said in her strong accent, "oh ...

"D Day" battlefield & Le Mont-Saint-Michel

A travel blog entry by annieallison on Apr 30, 2015

11 photos

... French schoolboys were enjoying their excursion, running around crazily yelling and playing in the craters and bunkers….as small boys do!

David & I both felt extremely moved and had such a sense of what had occurred. I began thinking about my own family across the channel in England, listening with trepidation to the radio, managing their war rashens and forever being on the alert for the sound of sirens. I remember ...