Auberge de la Truffe - Hotel de la Mairie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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France is noisy! Allowing for cockerels who need an update to their inner clock, and rumbling trains keeping French industry going through the night, there are some noises that just don't need to happen in hours of darkness.
We have travelled mainly in rural France. Not because we particularly prefer the countryside, but we park in villages and drive into towns in Smartie. Villages are often welcoming. They provide ...
... heard of it before, which is sad because that's my childhood right there. They also have The Lion King as a book, so we'll be reading that one soon!
After reading, the kids went to bed and Beatrice and Eric had dinner, at like 9pm! Beatrice made me a copy of the schedule for the kids and holy cow they are busy. Everything they do is scheduled out, from homework to dinner to showers and everything else. It's nice to see some organization in France at ...
... We saw the lights turn on and it started to flash the lights. It does that every hour for a few minutes. It was really amazing. It was one of those moments that makes everything else seem small. Having the chance to see all of these things and meet all of the people has made everything else seem small. The things we experience are for our good. Life is full of amazing things if we are open to seeing it from the right ...
... the padlock bridge, it is getting taken down because it is too heavy for the bridge and for public safety. Our hotel room is so tiny we all in one room and no kitchen. We had kfc for lunch it tasted different from Australia's, it was a 2 storey restaurant no drive ...
... WWII. We were at Notre Dame at midday and the bells were magnificent. We saw the Pantheon where the famous French are buried, such as Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Marie Curie etc. We passed the Paris Meridian Line from which official world time was measured until Greenwich took over. Paris has a lot of wide avenues and open spaces. These were developed for hygiene reasons, military purposes and as a result of the French Revolution. Napoleon was afraid of Parisians so ...