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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... a French registered and an English one.
We needed water in the morning so walked around to the Boulangerie to get some jetons (tokens) for the borne for the water. Bought a couple of lovely raspberry tarts while there. When we got back we chatted to the English chap until it got too cold to stand outside although I think he would have talked longer.
I tried to read after dinner but was so tired that I fell asleep. Must have been all ...
... in an authentic Parisian restaurant followed by a beautiful evening cruise along the Seine River and a visit to Montmarte. Our final day featured a trip to the incredible Versailles Palace, home of Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette. A lovely walk by Notre Dame Cathedral, and of course, some shopping for Peg. An amazing city! Now we're catching the very fast 300 km/ hour TGV train to Arras & the war memorials in northern France. Really looking forward to this. Bill & ...
... a lovely late lie in meant plans were changed. It also turned out to be a glorious day so we took advantage of a tan top up opportunity and lazed one off in the sunshine! Leftover barbecue for lunch and leftover curry for dins made it a day of minimal effort too! Jon did the hard work of packing up the awning whilst I showered to ensure an early departure in the morning. ...
It is church day, so, Kathleen walks into town to do the church thing.
I forego my usual Sunday morning of wandering around a French town and finding a pleasant bar, in favour of packing up, ready to leave.
It has been excellent ...
Needless to say it started to rain overnight, so we had to batten down all the hatches. By 8.00am the God of Thor obviously thought that it was his birthday and decided to celebrate with thunder, lightning and hailstones, so we had a bit of a lie-in listening to it hammering on the roof. It dried up after breakfast and we headed off on foot for a look around the village to see what we could find…a closed church, a closed butcher's, an ...