Le Moulin Noye

Address: 3 rte de La Chatre, - 23380 , Glenic, Limousin, 23380, France | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 3 rte de La Chatre, - 23380 , Glenic.
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    Travel Blogs from Glenic

    Normandu

    A travel blog entry by germann on Jun 30, 2015

    After a good night sleep in our Ibis two-story hotel room, we walked around the beautiful little town of Honfleur. The buildings literally look like they are left over from the 1400's. The harbor is filled with modern sailboats, but it wasn't difficult to picture old fishing boats coming back with their early morning catch. With a 1pm appt for a tour of DDay sights, we headed down the highway toward Caen. Driving on the tollway at 80mph is nice, but expensive! We must ...

    Out and about the countryside

    A travel blog entry by lusan on Sep 21, 2014

    15 photos

    ... if the traffic is snarled ahead. Well... i have been able to figure a few things out in a hit and miss sort of way.
    Oh look the sign to Geneva we will be heading off there pretty soon.

    Back in Lyon and we decide to treat ourselves to a dinner in the old city as we are mostly self catering and this will be a special treat, well a reward really for tolerating Lyon. We sit ourselves down at a cafe in the old city. Lucas is determine to order ...

    Travels with Harry - Week One

    A travel blog entry by jrdlcr on May 02, 2014

    Mistakes and muddles abounded - first we forgot the Stirling - then realised we didn't have the caravan keys. A quick hour round trip sorted this, and we caught the ferry with time to spare. We have learnt the gentle art of caravan towing - nothing above 60 - and just watch the world (and lorries) go by. Tried motorway for first day, bit expensive, so used D roads for next move. We went through a lot of small French ...

    Ecotourism Australia

    A travel blog entry by smmoth on Oct 24, 2012

    ... as: developing and adopting standards for sustainable practices; increasing the professionalism of those working within the tourism industry; streamlining policies and processes that have in the past complicated operating in protected areas; assisting operators to improve the quality of interpretation offered about the places they visit; improving positioning and financial viability for operators who adopt sustainable practices; contributing to ...

    Tour de France!

    A travel blog entry by adelecarroll on Jul 10, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... a service station, a campsite and an aireservices with fellow motor-homers! It's been fun!! I arrived at our house to find my lovely Maria's has sent me a bouquet of flowers to wish me well on my travels! Time to relax and drink wine....check back soon. ...