Auberge La Pomme de Pin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge La Pomme de Pin Senonches
Travel Blogs from Senonches
... been Knighted twice by the French government. While he is slowing down, only one tour a day vice two, he was incredibly interesting and made the 90 minute tour fly by. Kathy, never really having a great interest in history has been converted!! Seeing places brought to life after only reading about them in text books has given us both a zest for learning. Don't worry, we won't bore you all ...
... I pulled into a lot and tried to run into the park. An attendant stopped us and told us the park was closed. I pleaded with the guy to give us just 5 minutes -- we are leaving tomorrow morning, we may never get back here I told him. He wasn't having it. Just told me it was closed. Depression sank in deeper. We decided to take a walk down to the beach and to the memorial as I plotted a way to get into the cemetery. I was ...
... s Mitton, Richard and Ollie, Ben and I, then finally back to Marshall V's Mitton, all good fun and we even play through a small rain shower, but after two hours we are done and head back. The courts are though really poor and we are pleased that we just turned up rather than pay for this. For dinner, we are back in the Marshall lodge, sausages and kebabs for dinner and in bed again before 10pm as we are all tired. I James eat ...
... and we salute the crowd as we drive by. Breze is really quite an interesting place, it's an old chateaux, but as the castle grew bigger, the defences for more substantial, so it had a very deep moat, but also inside the castle walls, under the castle walls and also inside the surrounding moat walls is a maze of tunnels, some 4km in total. Some are simply to just allow for the access by farmers to bring in grapes by ...
... I found a map on the web and using old fashioned navigation we made it to the store easily! We parked under the huge complex and headed up. A quick discussion in French and we were pointed to the location of the Waterproof pants and jackets, a quick try on and we both had our outfits, then it was time to have a quick look at the back end of the store - the equestrian section. All of the gear that Emma has seen in Decathlon has been so cheap that she wanted to try ...