Auberge des Vieux Moulins Banaux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Left Perth Mon 1 June , via HongKong to Paris . We Picked up the brand new black Renault at CDG airport ,our wheels for the next 5 months . We have decided to name him Ronaldo Renault ( bit of a tribute to my Dad Ron who had a penchant for French cars ). We then drove 2 hours out of Paris to the quaint town of Provins , only veering onto the wrong side of the road once!!! Not bad considering little sleep ...
... to a table in entry area later. In the morning those glasses are
still there along with some fading octogenarian flowers, bits and
pieces for the dog, and other paraphernalia, junk and in appropriate
ornaments that appear to have no purpose
or reason for being there, except
that it hasn’t been put away or chucked out.
In the morning we are ...
... utilised to the max.
Double bed at the back – permanently made up. Bathroom beside the bedroom area. Separate shower cubicle
behind a glass style screen. Forward of that
there’s the cassette style toilet and
wash basin. Generous storage in the
bathroom area – good lockers that
stay shut very well .
Living area has ...
... of bridges going from say the railway station to the city.
It could be said that we like Sens very much.
We were delayed a little by some bungling, autocratic procedures, and misdirection by the place that holds our money – AKA NAB. In fact they got so attached to our money they did everything in their power to prevent us from getting some of it to pay for Skippy.
So we ...
... with prints of tapestries. We have a silver and grey faux fur rug on our bed; and a coronet of small white lights. Instead of stone, we have panels in leather, but the color is similar, and there are many round elements, as is common in castles. The curtains are silverfish, and the materials reminds one of chain mail. Lovely! And very nice front desk personnel as well.
After a phone call home to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving, we took a walk through the town, up to ...