Comfort Hotel Valence
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... feature of vertically layered limestone eroded into a narrow gap by a sizeable river. Crowning one side is an imposing mediaeval fort which finishes off the scene. We tried the pieds et paquets of Sisteron - shank and offal of lamb in little roulades with a rich sauce - just ok.
Having seen brown signs to Villages Perche [perched villages!] we ...
... Without any machines and limited tool access, mostly just strength and man power. We waited inline for what seemed like a million and five years and then we were finally in. I cannot even describe into worlds how freakin enormously large this place was. Like it doesn't even make sense why this building is so big. Why would the King of France need such an immensely large house?? It even had a basement!! Each room had a room, and in that room ...
... half way to the site. Eventually, when we still hadn't reached it, myself and some others decided to go back and have a pool day which was really nice, although the water was pretty cold. On our second night we had the Contiki "P" Party down I their underground bar. It was a really fun night. I dressed up as a policeman. The part was with two other contiki groups and was pretty good fun, I did plenty of dancing. The next morning we departed really early for a long drive day to ...
... usually do this but wanted to know the outcome of the fireplace surround and as we rounded the corner it was just disappearing into the window! The ropes and pulleys had worked a treat and the owner (who resembled Billy Connelly in looks and, I suspect, character) accepted our applause as if it was his due! The boat, which was trying to get up the river to meet us, was delayed by queues at the locks and the cruise director was getting ...
... the locks is pulling off whole sections of the bridge, we decided to forgo the tradition.
After dinner we took a long walk to the Eiffel Tower, the main attraction for Lachlan on this trip. We walked along the Seine, past Les Invalides and to the tower. By the time we got there, the lights were going on, and we were able to see the Tour Eiffel all lit up. It was a truly beautiful evening and a lovely welcome to Paris.