P'tit Dej-HOTEL La Residence
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Cognac
... br> The cheeses- particularly camembert, but also the herby Boursin, which we have found here wrapped in palma ham in little mouth sized cylinders. Wow.
Scallops St Jacques in their shell in a mornay sauce.
Large Vol au Vents, filled with mushroom and chicken, or ham.
Anyone who lived in England would know about our favourite desert- Rum Babas, with syrup coated sponge soaked in rum and with fruit on top. ...
... amp; they could see the ships coming in from overseas from the towers. Then I walked to an ancient Roman theatre near the cathedral, before walking back to the tower on the gate of the city. It was open by then, so I was able to climb to the top of the tower. During the day I had seen the town hall being decorated for the Corpus Christi festival that was going to be held the following day. I was about to go to bed, when the Corpus Christi parade went in the narrow street ...
... I would have liked but unfortunately they needed my waterside pitch to set up the firework display for the festival and so I decided to head for the coast near St Rochelle. The night before I left I found that my water tank was almost empty and I couldn't be bothered to move the van to the tap and fill up again, so I just got a bucket full of water which I planned to use to flush the loo. Stupidly instead of taking it into the bathroom immediately I set it ...
Is the golden liquid Cognac or rain. We left in the rain today and arrived in the rain and it has rained until 6pm tonight. At the first break we hopped on our bikes and had a ride around the old town of Cognac. There are streets and streets that are cobbled. In a horse and cart you must have had to have a lot of cushioning either with extraneous fat or cushions. We are chomping at the bit to explore but the weather is being persistent. ...
... Stop it was. We drove there via a circular route to show them where to find Borg Cafe, then it was sampling the delights of French Service Station food. I have to say that whilst it is by no means gourmet food, it is of a really good standard and a main course, two deserts and wine costs €11. We have eaten there quite often and have always had reasonable food. We now known to always look for the Relais sign in France to find good food for a reasonable ...