Hotel Les Loges
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Les Loges Chantepie
Travel Blogs from Chantepie
... 1 day. Thursday is a travel day, a bus to Paris. I have been to Paris a few years ago, but made the mistake of not seeing the Palace of Versailles.
Rennes is a very quaint little town. A great mixture of some really old preserved buildings to lots of new apartments going up around the city. It has nothing famous to see, which makes it a nice place to just walk the streets.
... taking us through Flers and Thury-Harcourt and other lovely towns.
Although the roads were wet, the scenery and road standards were good.
Although it's easy creating a tailor made route, it's a bit like doing a 'join the dots' puzzle and in between the dots the programme just fills in the gaps - and that could be anything. It's a bit difficult to get everything bang on over a route covering 100+ ...
... said something in his unmistakeable way.
Soon after, Elmer buggers off and he’s got a dog the size of a mouse which he must have had in his pocket. It wouldn’t have made a sandwich. As he passes he says 'Au revoir’ which broke the tension but could have meant ‘Au revoir till I see your cooked body on a plate in front of me’ or just plain Goodbye.
Tennis ball is still staring at us. I was busting for a **** but the only ...
... of an alley. By the end of the evening we had three French, two British and one German registered vans. One of the British vans belonged to the "Blue Hand Gang" a Facebook Motorhome group, so we went and said hello. They were a nice friendly couple but the other Brits on our alley never even showed their faces. There was also another British van on the next alley and they didn't speak ...
... buildings are commonly of a grey stone and the soil seems to be rich. A country lunch menu at €12 each including cider and coffee filled us along the way and the country opened out to quite treeless as we approached Albert. The local housing is mostly modest rebuilding and the local industry seems to be all about ...