BEST WESTERN Hotel Ile-de-France
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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... to pull of 2700km. On average 45km/day. Together with a Belgian couple, we did about 28Km. At 5pm we celebrated our accomplishment with a beer before Gregory said goodbye to proceed to do another 25km. What a courageous man! In the evening we were spoiled in a B&B by Justine. And her parents. It was a good day, although my body will have to recover tonight. According Justine's father My body will need another 12 days to get completely adjusted. By that time, I'll be back ...
... called Pierrefonds, at the far side of the Foret de Compiegne, about a half hour drive from here. We wanted to go see it, so we stopped in at the Tourist Office to see if there was a bus. Nope, no bus. But one of the people called a friend who does some private driving for occasions (like weddings, I suspect - he drives a nice Mercedes). The negotiating was being conducted in French and through the 3rd party at the Tourist Office. ...
... village which boasted several shops and a pub. The main road was a busy thoroughfare for the multitude of tractor trailers and farm machinery heading home after a day in the fields. The mud coming off the wheels and falling leaves ensured the street cleaner was fully occupied. Fortunately an industrious and conscientious fellow, as the streets were potentially a quagmire. Drinks ...
... clothes and bedclothes get moldy over the winter. They all arrived over a period of about a week, no problem.
The next package was some medicine which a friend from home who was visiting in Spain kindly mailed to us. You can’t mail medicine to France from America - it is against the law - and all packages have to have customs declarations. However, you don’t have to have a customs declaration to mail within the EU. I ...
... of climate, but people seem to be sort of protective of their interiors. We don’t care, but most other people seem to.
The typical people we meet are English, followed by Australians, because the language is easier, but we have also chatted with Swiss, Dutch and Germans.
Last night the lady on the boat parked next to us invited us over for drinks and said she had invited some friends also. She is an American ...