Domaine de la Roseraie
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... meal was mashed potatoes & beef borg stuff, and as much as you like. If you ran out they would bring you more. Cheese & dessert was the same. All this for around 15 euros. Best value plus best tasting meal on the trip so far. Home by 9:30 and an early night. Off to Leo's tomorrow to help cut wood & relax. Should mention the weather, it has been sunny and around 27 degrees since leaving Paris.
... but again with narrow streets, an old abbey and bridge. Alice tells me I have to say it's the oldest bell tower in France. So I've said it. Most of the shops closed as it's Monday. Love the French. Back at Leo's for a baked dinner and a few drinks. Off on a long trip to the coast, La Rochelle, tomorrow & kids are looking forward to seeing a beach. Told them not to be to ...
... br> Leo & Lennie came over to pick us up then we all went to a local market. Mainly just a lot of other peoples junk but interesting. Then went for a drive to an old castle, 1701, which has been restored in another little French village. Then an old Roman bridge around 1000 years old. Driving is fun, big car & little roads, always a good combination. Back to Leo's for ...
... a nice Thai restaurant which got us excited but when we got there 'service complet' (full of English) so I asked in a bar if there was a chinoise but when we got there it was shut on a Wednesday - only in France! We had to settle for a Brasserie meal, not great. Back to the house, it was fab but very shabby, floor tiles broken in the bathroom, wooden slats loose in the bedroom, paint peeling everywhere, it was a health & safety nightmare but still ...
... strangely the water looked very black, the village was really beautiful (see photos) but like so many of the small places we've been through the restaurants have closed down - things must be tough in these times. Lots of English around now, finally got to Conflens which is quite a big town around lunchtime but not really hungry so cycled on. Got to Manot and saw a sign for a cafe 'English spoken' but ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed