Chateau du Broutel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
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... dinner Dave chose La Scala, because we both fancied a pizza. We toasted his birthday with a glass of Sangria and I sang happy birthday to him...quietly! The pizza's were enormous, how Dave managed to eat all if his I don't know. Creme brûlée /ice cream for pudding, then tea/coffee and we were stuffed! €40, our cheapest meal this holiday. When we came out it was raining, but we didn't care because we have had a great, sunny few ...
... it's not surprising the local restaurants offer "fish if the day" on their menu. Time for a hot drink and lunch we made our way back to town. Sale à l'étage had seats in the sun so that's where we had a tea/coffee and a panini. It got so warm we took our ***********. 18°! We walked, uphill now, back towards the old town. We took more photos of various statues of art, before deciding it was time for a nice large glass ...
... our souvenir. Dave said if we walk downhill we will reach the sea, and the fishing port. Wrong...but we did see the old town and many of its monuments. Back at the Hotel at dusk, the cathedral is lit up and the sky is a lovely shade of pink. A good omen for tomorrow maybe. We went back out at 7pm to join the locals in town for dinner. Locals...that's a laugh, the majority in the restaurant were English! There were about six ...
... a crawl, the opposite carriageway is totally empty of traffic, looks like an accident ahead on the north-bound carriageway.
Sure enough, we soon come upon the scene, a small campervan ...
Shopping and sight seeing (in that order!) A quick walk round the ramparts then lunch at La Petite Auberge in the old town. Moules et Frites of course! Started to rain slightly as we went into the crypt of the Notre Dame, was chucking it down when we came ...