Mister Bed Chambray les Tours
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Pas de Calais. This meant two days of over 150 miles each day. The first of these to Paucort was mostly on motorway. So we were able to get there in just over three and a half hours. The aire was a sloping car park. When we got there, we found a van already parked up with a generator chugging away. Most of us who carry generators have the whisper quiet Honda. This wasn't a Honda nor was it quiet. Fortunately, by the time we had been to Intermarche and returned, he ...
... yet had.
We followed the Creuse River on a GR. We once again took the GR to bypass the roads, which is where the traditional pilgrimage route would have taken us. The route today was longer and more difficult than the pilgrimage route, and it was well worth it. In fact, today was by far the most physically difficult route we have taken, and it was also a bit dangerous with all the steep climbing and descending. It’s definitely not ...
... webs in the lid of the bowl. I did not take any sugar with my dirt tea. The hosts were quite nice to us, and they even provided me with an adapter for my laptop cord when I found that I had lost mine. But all the kindness in the world doesn't make up for sleeping in dirty sheets and eating food from a kitchen that had never seen bleach.
After breakfast, our hosts drove us to Gargilesse, which was about 16km away. We had been determined to ...
... there, as it was now a hotel. His family, however, had lived in the village for hundreds of years and his great great…great grandfather was known for killing a wolf. He said that if we walked a bit further, we would see an old farm house with a plaque, which was commemorated the spot where the wolf was killed. This is some real Old World stuff and I loved hearing the story. Sure enough, we found the plaque.
The other two chateaus ...
... owner, we head off for Argenton-sur-Creuse.
This turns out to be a very pretty and incredibly lively small French town.
Kathleen then treats me to lunch, at one of
the cafes in the main square.
Sadly, because we are on ...