Moulin du Prieure

Bonnevaux du bas , Bonnevaux-le-Prieure, Doubs, Franche-Comte, 25620, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bonnevaux du bas , Bonnevaux-le-Prieure.
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Travel Blogs from Bonnevaux-le-Prieure

Les Hopitaux-Neuts

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on Jul 15, 2014

6 photos

... winning the world cup!!

The next day, with the weather not promising much, I went for a misty ride around the area, I'm sure you don't want to hear much about my riding but I saw Lions, Camels and Buffalos - there was a circus in town - a video is on my Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj7Mo3 L-rtJOUQJMEZvu4eg (hopefully)

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Lance's Legacy

A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jul 12, 2014

... around by officials before finding the perfect park not far from the circuit. There were thunderstorms that day and we were lucky enough to find shelter under the eaves of a local tradition mud brick house. A polka dot sign nearby advised us that there were three kilometres to the top of hill climb. The build up to the riders coming through is enormous. An hour an a half before they arrive there is a procession of brightly decorated trucks with people tied to ...

Memories of France #II

A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Jul 06, 2014

3 comments, 23 photos

... the quickest way of getting it out there to you.

I'm glad I attended both the Catholic and Anglican Sunday services on the day I left Canterbury. It was the perfect way to start my pilgrimage. The liturgies of the two Christian churches are really quite similar, though I have to confess it was a bit unusual for me to see a woman priest celebrating the Anglican mass. The simple candle burning for Thomas of Canterbury behind the main alter close ...

Memories of France #1

A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... to where they were shot down. Whenever I saw a war graves plaque I made a point of going in to pay my respects.

My first WW1 military cemetery was Villiers Station on the road from Bruay -la- Buissiare to Arras. There were over 1200 soldiers buried there. The cemetery was in immaculate condition, with everywhere looking extremely well manicured. Row upon row of white headstones containing the name, rank, regimental insignia, age, date of death and a small inscription ...

A trees difficile jour.

A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Jul 05, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

My route took almost 9.5 hours to complete today. I'm not sure it was a particularly long distance, but it sure presented a number of challenges to me.

First, I had to climb out of the Valle de La Loue. This meant following a narrow, winding path through woodland that often had the look and feel of a tropicmoBoainforest. My clothing became quite saturated with moisture, some of which was the result of negotiating little waterfalls that ...