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

9 photos

... to attempt to smoke out vandals - clearly the plan got out of hand.

The Cathedral is famous for its stained glass windows and they are very impressive. Survived both world wars by being removed and hidden.

The Cathedral is a UNESCO historic site and is currently undergoing restoration. Where complete you can ...

Tours to Thiron-Gardais

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 18, 2014

10 photos

... 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

16 photos

... a Roman style. I even had the chance to ascend one of the towers (all 300 stairs) and look down at Chartres below. The view was breathtaking and I was so lost in the sight that I even lost my host dad and brother while taking a panorama shot of the town. I eventually found them and we descended to find m host mom, who had learned of another sight not very well known in Chartres to visit.
The second sight was the Maison Picassiette (The house of picked plates). A house that ...

Joyeaux of traveling, part deux

A travel blog entry by eahaas on Oct 03, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

So, we get to Chatres, we're there to walk the labyrinth which is only open on the first Friday of the month. For some reason, I was thinking of an outside labyrinth, like in The Shining? But no, it's a stone labyrinth inside the church. We walked it, contemplative and respectful, of course. Then we wandered the Cathedral, I saw, hmm, I think maybe Stations of the Cross?, one of the vignettes was little baby Jesus ...


A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Sep 30, 2013

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... have good reads and the weather is closing in.

It came to me that in the history of France related to us here the revolution was portrayed only as the Reign of Terror ... an oversight? a salacious beatup? or a reduction of the oppression of the populous that led to a tumultous overthrow and the profound changes made in governance and law and social policy that followed. Some of these guide/commentators seem to put the destructiveness of the revolution out of ...