Le Moulin des Planches

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

Day 2 - Notre Dame de Chartres Cathedral

A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Sep 03, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... the Cathedral for a 12 noon guided tour. The tour guide was quite remarkable. Malcolm Miller is a British ex-pat who has been leading tours of Chartres Cathedral for.........58 years. Yup, he is 82 years young. He is the same guide Jerry had 32 years ago when he came to France to study in Rennes. Mr. Miller is still sharp as a tack and is the recognized expert on all aspects of the Cathedral ...

Travel Gods make up for yesterday...

A travel blog entry by mkalbanese on Aug 23, 2015

6 photos

... shop and got some breakfast treats. There wasn't any coffee though, and this was an issue. We were making an hour and a half drive to Mont St. Michel. I was tired and it raining. Not a good combo. When we go to the parking area (about 10 minutes from the Mont) it had stopped raining but was dreary and overcast. However, once inside, the sun began to come out and continued for the rest of the day. Mont St. Michel is beautiful. We ...

Tennis again on holiday

A travel blog entry by marshallrj on Aug 19, 2015

Richard and I start the day with a short run...when Richard calls it the Suffolk Mile as even though I thought it was 5km on the map, it was actually 7.5km, but we had a nice time, heading around the outside perimeter of the camp. We then get some bread and head back to our lodges for breakfast. Then for 10.30 we had up for the high ropes course, it takes a fair while to complete the briefing but then we head up, Jess, then ...


A travel blog entry by natalie-wise on Aug 20, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... your ticket and the gate opened and you moved through. There were no attendants. My bag became jammed and it wouldn't budge. I was stuck. I asked a young boy to help - he wasn't able to. Other commuters just went through other gates ignoring me. I looked for a help button- there was a red button on the side wall so I pushed it. While waiting another commuter came through my gate and this dislodged my bag and I was off again. Next I had to tackle going up and down stairs - there were ...

Meandering Towards Paris

A travel blog entry by sueandrenze on Jun 30, 2013

2 comments, 26 photos

... to the time but the major feature are the family portraits including many of Louis’ predecessors who were also Kings of France. The gardens are in the formal French style featuring an unfinished aqueduct which Louis had built to transport water to Versailles for the fountains there. Apparently, he was a quite frivolous with money and built a number of aqueducts in various parts of France which were never completed. Our stay in the region was completed ...