Hotel de la Residence
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for our gate, only to find it was hidden on the lower floor, by itself, right where we entered from the rental cars. Oh well. We went on to the gate and had a quick dinner at a “fresh food” café inside, then coffee.
Our flight was delayed a few minutes, but not too bad. The line at LHR through immigration was long – about 20-25 minutes. We then took the requisite trains to the Hilton, where we had a drink, then a shower, then went to ...
... to Pauls french.
Back to Broyes and the matter at hand, packing, and determining how the weight should be spread. Our handluggage is getting heavier by the minute!
A final log fire.
Dominique came over with a bottle of local champagne for our last night, so we sat around making serious inroads on the bottle ...
... of Angers).
In 1346 the town had to defend itself against the English, who again besieged it in 1433. The siege which it endured in 1472 at the hands of the Duke of Burgundy, was rendered famous by the heroism of the town's women, under the leadership ...
... After around 2 hours of looking, we were just about to give up and park in a car park for the second time. A church car park was pitch black and well hidden from the road. It was away from any housing/industrial estates which was exactly what we were looking for. There were no cars around!
We got in our sleeping bags and because of the long drive, we both felt dead. We were really lucky to have found this spot, whilst reclining ...
Yesterday morning we got up and enjoyed a nice spread the French lady had laid out for us on the dinning table for breakfast. We downloaded a French speaking application on the iPad which really helped us at breakfast. We only had to mime half of the stuff now! After breakfast we met the owner of the chateau who could speak english but he came across a little creepy. Anyway he was nice enough to lend us some boots as we wanted to walk around the property and feed ...