Auberge de la Bruyere
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... tours and was amazed by all of the thought that went into, and continues to go into, the creation of this masterpiece which is not even a finished product although construction began in the 1880s. After La Sagrada Familia we tried to go and see Park Guell which has more of Goudi's famous mosaic works throughout a park landscape. We didn't pay to get up close to these due to a lack of time but we got our exercise for the day in trying to get there an back into our hostel ...
Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
Plenty of everything that you need.
Helpful, friendly and informative staff everywhere.
Streamlined, highly efficient, on time, professional, authentic, emotive, creative, imaginative, caters well for disabled people, beautiful, well laid out - all words to describe this 'theme park'!
Upon driving home we wished that we were able to take our children and grandchildren here to enjoy and appreciate the total experience.
... just like one sees at the Spring Racing Carnival in Melbourne.
There are 4 hotels on site but no room was available despite booking last year so we are staying about 10 minutes away.
It is a very large park telling the history of France from Roman times until current day. There are different areas from different eras with little villages set up and often a special show at different times during the day and evening.
Our first show ...
... the friends tried to speak English and Sally helped out when anyone needed help. We were shown their lovely large vegetable garden growing a variety of vegetables. Brunch, of scrambled eggs fresh from the neighbour's hens with smoked salmon, was delicious and it was made more special as it was shared with Sally who had gone to so much effort to provide local foods and traditional recipes and ingredients. She explains what people eat in France. Brunch ...