Premiere Classe Vierzon

Address: Zac Pole D'Echange Route De Bourges, Vierzon, Centre, 18100, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Zac Pole D'Echange Route De Bourges, Vierzon.
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    A travel blog entry by fredpedler68 on Jun 29, 2015

    ... and Skottish style roves. The town has added Scottish street art and the town has a distinctive different atmosphere and feel to it. The town also has a Scottish festival and a Scottish band. We returned travelling towards Borges before turning towards Sancere to travel through different country and travelled through natural forest land that is being logged for ...

    Factories and Fairies

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 27, 2015

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    Day 20-

    After breakfast with our gracious host, we rejoined with our
    fourth companion and again began our walk. Today was difficult for me because
    it was very sunny, and I have never done well in the sun. It just absolutely
    fatigues me, and I felt every kilometer in its blazing rays. From the small
    village of Neuvy-Pailloux, we walked to the large town of Chateauroux. Walking
    to large towns is always a mixed bag. I know that there will be plenty ...

    Seesaws and Frescos

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 26, 2015

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    ... But before dinner, she invited us to tour the local church. What an usual church it is! Half of it is a new construction, dating from the 1950’s and looks like any small church in the US. The other half of the church looks much older, with a large stone bell tower. She explained that parts of the church date from the 10th century, reinforced in the 12th c, revamped in the 16th century, partly destroyed during the world ...

    Hobbits and Dragons

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 25, 2015

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    ... before returning to the trail. Upon exiting Charost, we got a bit lost. There were four signs on the same post that told us to take a left and one lonely sign saying to go right. Which would you take? Well, we took the left path, and that took us about a km and a half out of the way, before we realized it wasn’t the right road and turned back. This added 3km to our walk today, which wasn’t so bad, but we were already planning on walking a bit further ...

    Pizza and Chateaus

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 24, 2015

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    ... me that they didn’t usually make veggie pizza (usually only ham, which I really don’t like), but that she would search the kitchen for me. Topped with goat cheese and thinly sliced potatoes, it was the strangest pizza I have ever had. But, after the meal, she brought us large cups of ice cream, which was, obviously, delicious. During dinner, my female companions called to check on me. They worry about me as if I am their own ...