Campanile St Etienne Nord - Villars
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... there is nothing wrong with new or clean. However, once I went inside I knew what was throwing me off. This cathedral was like what the cathedrals of old used to be. It was more realistic and, therefore, more gaudy (pic 11). Everything had gold trim and felt rich. It felt wrong. I know this is what a church was supposed to be like but I just didn’t like it. The only thing I did like was the pulpit was built out of marble and while it was beautifully carved and ornate, ...
... by communal entrees of pates and cured pork, which are passed around the table so you can serve yourself. Mains are the main event, so to speak, and is your only choice for the meal. Choices consist of various forms of tripe and innards and other lesser cuts, from safer options such as black pudding with apple and onion or pork cheeks to less safe options, such as a sausage made from small intestines being stuffed inside big ...
... were quite odd just wandering up and down the rivers. Came back to a huge shopping centre near the docklands. We were exhausted, had trekked for nearly 2 hours so it was Hippo time, Spied a Hippotumus restaurant, sadly the food wasn't as nice at this one, was good to sit and have a vin rouge though - loving the beaujolais Paul :) Back on the metro home after a supermarket visit A big and long day and yep a soak in the bath a must before ...
... we had a picnic dinner facing these wonderful views. Much better than any restaurant. And good food too. I had canned ratatouille, kidney beans and a bag of grated carrots with John eating tabouli a la France eg no parsley, no red onion but raisins instead. We shared a nice bottle of Bordeaux wine. A stressful day which ended calmly and nicely. Mind you we were nice to each other the whole day and did not allow external factors to stuff up our relationship. How good wasn't ...
... more frustrating and with no prize at the end!
Lots of the doors we wanted to get through were locked as they are now entrances to apartments and require a code to access.
Whilst on the trail we did discover that a few of the Traboules have been marked for tourists so we were able to follow a few, however some of the signs have been removed and still some of the entrances were blocked. It was very exciting and ...