Domaine des Lacs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... It's terrible. I had a trio of steaks, all were burnt and tough, and all were rump steak cut into different shapes. This time we opted for the 'Italian' next door. The service was efficient and friendly, the wine was good, and the food was good for a place of this type, and certainly better than the 'something with chips' offerings in UK places of this type. I had 'Vitello Firenze', a breaded veal steak topped with speck and cheese, it was rather bland but ...
... and she was pedalling hard which made my job fairly easy. There was a high ropes course we had seen on the way out that we stopped at on the way back and everyone went for a go except for me and Allegra who went off to have a hot chocolate. Then Olivia and Allegra swapped and Olivia and I had a hot chocolate so I was getting good rest. After everyone had finished Jess remarked to me that all this bike riding and climbing in ...
... of some village before moving on again. We did get to the campsite too early and it didn't look that impressive so we went looking for an alternative and the one we found seemed even worse so we decided on the first one. It is the sort of campsite where about two months of hard work and a fair bit of landscaping were done it would be just about be ready for opening for paying guests. Never mind, we got a pitch and a chalet for Tim ...
... cobbled streets. Some of the houses are lopsided, some are brightly coloured, some being repaired, some restored and some even being created in the old style. Some of the streets are so narrow, that the occupants could pass items across the intervening space from their windows. Restaurants abound, and as tourists are few on the ground, its obvious that the locals treat lunch very seriously.
... be collected.
When we got to Soissons, on the ring road we passed La Sucrerie - an enormous sugar factory, with belching chimneys and huge piles of sugarbeet, overlaid with a sickly sweet cooking smell - it was just like Bury St Edmund's!
We passed Chateau-Thiery and Sezanne, and skirted around ...