Balladins Troyes/La Chapelle St-Luc
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Morning walk around NSS revealed a beautiful picture post card country town complete with canals, locks, weir, white swans and cobblestone streets. (See photos) I wonder if we are exposed to these towns everyday whether we will become complacent about the beauty. We headed off around 1030 after breakfast ...
We arrived on time, collected our car at the airport and Steve ably negotiated driving our Renault on the wrong side of the road to Hotel St Laurant in Nogent Sur Sein a cute little country town. Had dinner at our Hotel which can only be rated as fair and Steve ordered Pork Belly which he has ranked in his top 5 inedible meals of all time. It was squishy and pungent. Really early to ...
... Patisserie in France, went to the markets and wandered the beautiful streets. Coffee for 1 €, 1kg Lyon cherries for 4€ and gorgeous pink shallots The photos speak volumes! The road to Chablis felt as if we were on the Tour de France - village after crops after village - St Germaine...and so ...
... fine produce, raspberries, special prawns, pig trotters marinated in vinegrette, blood pudding, more saussison, local pastries and much more; so far highlight of the trip....
back home for duck and potatoes for lunch and we go to Reims, the capital of Champagne where all the Maison de Champagne are: We visit the Maison de Veuve Clicquot and explore some of the ...
Sculptures and churches, a disappearing canal and a yet to be found Knights Templar hall. The Order of the Knights Templar was recognised and confirmed in Troyes Cathedral in January 1129. Begun with a group of nine soldier/knight-monks in 1118, the order was founded to protect pilgrims travelling to the Holy Land.
To the Cathedral of St.-Pierre et St.-Paul. Little remains of the churches on ...