Le Moulin Fleuri

Address: Lieu-Dit: Le Moulin Fleuri, Tours, Loire Valley, Centre, 37250, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Lieu-Dit: Le Moulin Fleuri, Tours, is near Rue Nationale and Château de Candé.
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      First week

      A travel blog entry by euroyear on Apr 09, 2015

      11 comments, 21 photos

      March 31st set off from John& Claire's arrived Newhaven 5pm parked in docks found that there is a 4 hour delay due to the gales on Monday night so will stay in Dieppe Wednesday night. Went on to Oissel staying right by the river Seine for 2 nights to unwind quiet pitch just 2 vans moved ...

      Au revoir, La France! A la prochaine!

      A travel blog entry by ssppsfrance2015 on Apr 03, 2015

      9 photos

      ... Finally we took a boat ride on the Seine river to see why Paris is called the city of lights! I am always sad to see my trips come to an end but I will treasure the memories of seeing France for the first time again through their eyes. Even though I know the students will be so glad to be home, I know they too will miss this place and this experience that we shared together. They should all be very proud of themselves as I am proud of them! It truly was a "Bon voyage"! ...

      Loire chateaux

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 03, 2014

      18 photos

      ... of the castle is built on a bridge spanning the Cher River. The 60 metre long Grande Gallerie, over the river, was used as a military hospital in WW1. Beautifully furnished. Interesting collection of full sized wax figures of the gentry at the time, housed in the stables. After lunch, on to Cheverny. Much smaller, rectangular house set in small park, really only a country house rather than a chateau. Built in 1625. Priceless art , including the Mona Lisa, were ...

      Lizzie Walters - On Belonging

      A travel blog entry by tours2014 on Jun 20, 2014

      1 photo

      ... on vinyl, we lost ourselves in the blocks of Tours once more. In that ritual we landed in a small park/"jardin" where I sketched a walkway and we laughed and talked, oblivious to the passage of time. In this one Sunday I realized immersion was more than school or tenses or grammar, but really a step into another world. It's not the destination of (so called) "fluency," but rather the journey if ...

      Getting to Tours and Getting Settled (Or Not...)

      A travel blog entry by aprilmaeeads on May 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... down the platform.

      Imagine my surprise when there was no 3? Just 2? And on the last car on 2, it said in a tiny sign next to the door, "Voiture 15." WHAT?!?! (Voiture means car.) I was in the wrong place.

      I ran a few cars down before I started worrying that I wouldn't make it. By car 8, I was certain. I hopped on, hoping I could walk through if need be. I asked a kind French gentleman if I was ok getting on this car, and he said yes.

      Can ...