Le Vieux Logis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a moment before she sashayed away.) I also found the grave of Philippe Noiret who starred in one my favorite movies, "Cinema Paradiso," and the grave of Jean-Pierre Rampal, the flautist. The grave of Jean-Paul Sartre was hard to miss because there are lipstick marks on it -- though nothing like Oscar Wilde's grave at Montmartre. I'm not sure why any woman would want to kiss Sartre; to each her own, I guess! The whole time I was in the cemetery I could hear flute music. I'm not sure ...
... was absolutely beautiful and Leonardo divici designed a pretty tricky stair case where the kings mistress could go down while the queen came up without either of them seeing each other!! We then went to another castle, where only woman were allowed to stay (queens and duchesses). Here, we enjoyed the beautiful scenery and had fun getting lost in the maze! We were then back on the bus on our way to ...
... Notre Dame. There was just something about it that blew me away when I stepped inside for a look that is hard for me to explain in words (you would either have to see pictures or visit at the cathedral itself to understand).
I also took a brief walk through the ...
... and a lawn labyrinth that I adored.
After thoroughly touring the cathedral inside and out, we employed the map app on our one working cell phone to find an ATM (after which we saw ATM's every 10 feet, of course), and then found the lovely Cafe du General for lunch. After lunch we stumbled across a car show that was just ending in what appeared to be the town square. While walking back to our car, I saw a woman exiting ...
Day28 This is my version of the morning of Day 28. I have not been looking forward to this morning. It has weighed heavenly on my mind since ascending the six flights of stairs a few days ago. Last night we went out for dinner, and as I took the first step down, the right calf moaned in anger. Injured in the lighthouse assent in Como. I tore the muscle on the very steep side walks. A week of straping, helped settle it down and all was fine until..... Each ...