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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... A6) or La Languedocienne (A9). And I’m not sure what we English have got to do with it any way.
Ahead of me I can see a big flat green field in the middle distance which a tractor has just passed over. There are hills in the far distance and between those and the field, there’s forest and a large building with a tower which I think must be a religious building ...
... couldn't see it.prob under the altar. Cathedral had organ playing when we visited ..amazing acoustics in these places! Great Gothic arches and stained glass..what is not to like! After busy morning had a scratch mushroom quiche and cake lunch from a patisserie, before drifting back to hotel.Few restaurants open tonight and we booked into one after getting boarding passes sorted out. Had dinner at another nearby hotel ...
... near Place Madeleine in Beaune outskirts. Excellent veal with ratatouille and frites .D had steak.good glass of pinot noir each..cannot drink a bottle these days! Were organised for the 2 hour motorway drive by getting cash to cover cost so there were no more credit card dramas..also had paper maps so no confusion about which motorway to use. Slept well a, paid bill and had breakfast.Out by 845 to drop car by 1230.. A good move as it turned ...
... out of Troyes was really busy with lots of lorries and no cycle lane but eventually get to turn off for the yellow minor roads that followed the river. Some pretty little villages until we get to Bar-sur-Seine where we know there's a hotel although it's not showing availability online. Very hot so stop at the first cafe but as usual it's 2.15 so no chance of food but the very nice girl does give us a beer and I see there is a 25cl pitcher of cidre on the menu. ...
... the hotel 'arlequin' is just around the corner & only €65 so settle for that. It's really nice & we have a balcony leading just to our room ideal for drying clothes. After a quick shower we go explore, take peters picture by a De Lorian car parked in the street (doesn't looked like its moved for quite a while) we needed some ibuprofen & peter asked if there was an indian restaurant in the town. The nice pharmacist told us of an Indian he had ...