Belle Isle sur Risle
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and a very nicely flavored pasta with vegetables. Dessert was even better: creme caramel and a dense little chocolate cake. By now, I feel more comfortable with the restaurants and the food than I expected, as long as we stay at at fairly low level. Like at home, the fancier the establishment, the more complicated the food. I understand the "menu" concept, which usually means an entee (starter), plat (main) and dessert. One can get this for 18-20 euros, tax and service ...
... a heart attack (kids, ask for story). On the way back we stopped at a supermarket for snacks. I would love to live in a place where you can buy a still-warm chocolate croissant for 40c! How do French women not get fat??? For dinner we went to the brasserie around the corner and oh, dear, more puffy pastry. The entree was a big puff filled with camembert with a brown sauce over it. It looked like dessert, but it wasn't sweet. Frank and I both had chicken with cider ...
... a raspberry tart, too. No snack place in the US would have such a marvelous selection of pastries! One good/bad thing about visiting this part of France is that they get a lot of English visitors, so everyone dealing with tourists speaks English. It's convenient, but I don't get to practice my French too much. Isabelle was pleased that I was willing and able to speak French with her. We took some scenic routes on the way to Rouen, passing thru the ...
... a little grocery for wine and cheese (we are good on meat) and we are ready to picnic!
Dayna also found a nail place next to the bread shop so she is off getting a French nail job while I do some overdue laundry, downstairs in the laundry room. It is 7:30 p.m. and she should be back any minute. The French dine, or picnic, late anyway.
Tomorrow we catch the train to Paris.
... confines of the city walls. Londoners have struggled with a burgeoning population for centuries. It is a well oiled machine that greets visitors in the 21st century.
A wonderful book which I have exerpted from is The Time Travelers Guide to Medieval England by Ian Mortimer. There is also a BBC broadcast available.
Terry jones of Monty Python fame is ...