Auberge La Pomme de Pin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge La Pomme de Pin Senonches
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... Coeur, where we were herded like sheep with constant orders being barked about no photos and constant donation opportunities,??? Notre was particularly welcoming. People visiting here were not tourists they were pilgrims. Quiet, prayerful, respectful. Photos were welcomed but interestingly, people weren't taking that many. Most were doings, only in French, or like chose the audio self guide.
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... and I'd recommend it to anyone in Paris! Back in the car and we were heading to the campsite when we both decided to get out of Paris for the night... It wasn't like we were planning to see that much and we could only imagine the price for the camping in the centre of Paris! Emma got to setting the route out of town while I continued to plod along through the traffic. I had been sitting behind a stopped car in the left lane (the road was two lanes going in the ...
On my wanders I found a Restaurant with red snuggle rugs on chairs for patrons to wrap around themselves. It had been a little chilly of an evening but these were out on the seats during the day also. There were a lot of patisseries and chocolate shops - this was one was macaron heaven This morning we had a dog join us for breakfast and then I saw another dog in the corridor - I noticed that there was a tariff for dogs to stay. I noticed that the Breakfast room had artificial ...
... and came across a shopping precinct - rather more expensive than the precinct near the hotel. I found the post office and checked out prepaid packs. I also found the bus terminal and works out bus times to Orleans for tomorrow. I shed a few kgs from my bag and sorted some items to send home. I retuned to the post office for a prepaid box and explored a church on the way. Amazingly the church was used as a hospital during g the war then an animal feed store and more recently restored to ...
... me with lifting it up onto the luggage area. I filled in my time trying to memorise the directions for Paris Nord station to Montparnassee via the metro. I also noted that Francesca had out the incorrect dates in the regional train pass - there were lots of warning in the pass to indicate that if you made a mistake it was bad luck and it could be seen as you trying to defraud them. Uh oh. I showed it to a Eurostar attendant who tried to fix it but also put the wrong dates and was ...