Le Doyenne

Address: 8 rue Doyenne , Le Mans, Pays de la Loire, 72000 , France | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 8 rue Doyenne , Le Mans, is near Puy de Dome, Arche de la Nature, and Massif Central.
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Travel Blogs from Le Mans

Auvers-Van Gogh's last days

A travel blog entry by mccritec on Apr 10, 2015

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Interesting village where Van Gogh lived the last 70 days of his life & where he is buried. He painted 80 paintings & 100+ drawings during this time! Once again we're having unusually nice weather. Last week it was cold & rainy. This afternoon we are sailing back to Paris... Some are touring Versailles & we will pick them up along the river somewhere. I'm enjoying my panoramic windows open and listening to the birds & ...

Durtal

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 15, 2014

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We are staying here for another day. We aren't sure yet where we will go after this. But there are several places that we are considering, including Orleans, Blois and Chinon. It was a watery sun this morning. Lunch with Sue and Tony in Les Rairies. It is so good to catch up with someone who has been a friend for over 40 years. The rain started after lunch and we quickly did the shopping we needed before heading back to Monty. We found when we were at a previous aire, ...

Nantes to Durtal

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 14, 2014

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... the village of Les Rairies. Sue and Tony have a lovely longhouse with a huge garden and two enormous dogs. Sadly for family reasons, they are planning to move to a house in Somerset. But we enjoyed catching up and tasting one of the local wines over our dinner. And we arrived back at the campsite to find another Brit motorhome parked ...

Wine, bikes, chateaus and rain!

A travel blog entry by radiobirdman on Oct 07, 2014

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... side of the hills and there are still numerous homes used today. Back in the bus and off to Château Villandry. This was a beautiful château built on ancient Roman ruins. It also had magnificent gardens which Max admired with envy! Apparently they have 13 full time gardeners plus apprencitices! Our day concluded with wine tasting where we learnt to distinguish the taste between grapes grown in sandy soil and that grown in more chalk based soil and wines ...

A delightful place

A travel blog entry by dancingboots on Sep 22, 2014

... parked along side another English couple called Mal and Graham. Poor Mal obviously was missing speaking in her native tongue because over the two days we were there, we learned all about them and I mean ALL. It was fun though and we did spend quite a bit of time with them although when they came into our van, we were not sure they would ever go but of course they did, eventually. We wandered up into the ...