Balladins Troyes/La Chapelle St-Luc
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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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 ...
... station.Had glass of champagne and wine with our prix fixe of 23 euro each. Good value. D smoked salmon entree then a lamb polenta and ratatouille layered dish with salad Me tomato tartine followed by tuna brochette with chorizo on mash with lemon oil.Both delicious and then the dessert trolley.very good . Walked back to hotel and d snoring already as I write this. T is a lovely place for a day or two and a well kept ...
... transporters of Maseratis on the road..off to Germany?? Arrived in Troyes and dropped luggage at hotel..Comptes de Champagne.Amazing medieval wooden building.Made our way to station where car was to be dropped.Parked in station forecourt.No Avis signs anywhere so D went and asked station staff who suggested going to the other side..no problems but no sign of car hire office anywhere except for a closed Hertz office.Asked a local chap to no ...
... of the cheap places we have stayed give one. Breakfast here is €12 but I'm not giving them another cent, with those prices why can't you include the bread and jam! I'm going to sign up to Trip Advisor to stop anybody else being ripped off by these miserable buggers, it's these sort of people that give the French a bad name - if you can't be hospitable then don't work in hospitality! We've met some lovely helpful French people along the way not like these ...
... but hadn't tried & wrote the address down for us. Had a beer in a bar on the way & the young barman told us where it was. Lucky we were there quite early as by the time we left it was really crowded, who says the French don't like spicy food? It was very good, different than at home, the vegetables were in more of a creamy sauce but the chicken vindaloo & naan were both great. Nice walk back through the pretty streets to the comfy & most importantly quiet ...