Le Moulin des Planches

Address: Lieu Dit Moulin des Planches, Montigny-sur-Avre, Eure-et-Loir, Centre, 28270, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lieu Dit Moulin des Planches, Montigny-sur-Avre.
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Travel Blogs from Montigny-sur-Avre

Cathedral city of Chartres

A travel blog entry by dindhenry on Oct 29, 2014

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... much lighter the buildings were before the accumulation of 1000 years of smoke.

The town was beautifully presented with a large square which had a number of memorials including one to the leader of the Resistance who died in 1945.

Today was going to be a full day, next stop Fougeres, full on medieval history!

Tours to Thiron-Gardais

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 18, 2014

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... to warm and sunny though the Loire looked ominously high. The water was above the normal level and the grass was sitting in the water.
We glimpsed chateaux alongside the road, some with steep grey flat roofs and some with cone shaped pinnacles.
The aire was easy to find, just behind a sports centre, as so many are. Access wasn't so easy as the roadway turned the wrong ...

Autumn - 5th of October 2014

A travel blog entry by bpadgette on Oct 05, 2014

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... and embellished by a Catholic man in between the 1930's and the 60's. Everything on the property has been decorated with either mosaics or paintings. It was one of the most interesting places I have ever seen. Everything must of had some kind of symbolism or significance to the builder. The glistening mosaics were stunning and the paintings on the wall were equally beautiful. The man was very fervent in Catholicism and had constructed a chapel with the house. One thing I ...

The Old Man and the Glass

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 22, 2014

3 comments, 3 photos

... Miller. "Malcolm Miller, Malcolm Miller!" That's all we heard for at least three of the five days we were in Paris. So, basically, I've been waiting 29 years to see this guy! He showed us several of the windows and some of the restoration work that has been done (it's been going on for quite some time and won't be finished for another ten years), and also talked about some of the statues outside. He was very interesting and rather sweet in a way, but he's also kind ...

Meandering Towards Paris

A travel blog entry by sueandrenze on Jun 30, 2013

2 comments, 26 photos

... at the time and these windows were used as a educational as well as religious teaching. We were also able to visit one of the many chapels actually under the Cathedral. The old quarter of Chartres is charming with many fine buildings and houses. We stumbled upon a very unusual exhibition by an artist, Kriki, who used to be a street artist in Paris. His art combines medieval, computer and African art to produce colourful, eccentric paintings. The highlight of ...