Chateau des Comtes de Challes
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... scallope gratin with frites and a green salad. We had a bottle of Savoie Mondeuse, a lighter red wine that neither of us had tried until today. It went very nicely with the meal. This is day 3 and that was bottle 3 so we might need to turn it down just a bit!
We skipped coffee and had an ice cream from the guy that recommended the restaurant to Stephne and then a circuitous walk back to the hotel where we're turning in for the evening.
But it’s all an experience, doing car repairs en français. I’m amazed really, that at half past four on a Friday afternoon a) anyone is up for doing any work, and b) they can whip the wheel off, and the tyre, and fix a puncture, all within about 15 minutes.
... always move out of the way....We are now in Rochefort, socialising with our friends, walking, cycling and getting jobs done on Sega in preparation for our move South next year to Spain and Portugal. We will stay here until November 18th, then we fly off to Portugal, where we will stay in Tavira before returning to Plymouth on December 3rd for Christmas, so this will be our next blog. Having never been to Portugal we are really excited for this new adventure. ...
... water to local villages and hamlets.
Dina died mysteriously in 1928 on a cruise boat in the Red Sea. Mary Schillito later married Ernest Britt (a pianist) in 1930 in Paris. During the five years of their marriage Britt slowly used up his wife's fortune.
The Domain des Avenieres (the chateau and land) was then sold on to various parties and was used as a rest home for the wealthy, by the Red cross: Swiss Aid to ...
... I most certainly remembered: an impressive castle jutting out into the lake upon a rocky outcrop. Lord Byron was once imprisoned in the dungeons there. Even as a little boy, I found that to be an incredible and improbable state of affairs. An aristocratic poet imprisoned in a Swiss castle? Surely, some mistake.
Montreux itself is glamorous, expensive and chic, the very definition of urbane. The rich and the beautiful were out in force. I felt a bit grubby when ...