Hotel du Midi
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... guess at the scope of the area within the church. (Sorry, no pictures as they were not allowed within.)
Today we are moving into our final week in France- Chinon, Chartres and finally Paris before flying home. Joni is driving down the AutoRoute (Interstate) while I type this entry. Now time for lunch. More to follow next week. For your viewing pleasure, I will present below some pictures of food from the ...
We left Meursault on Saturday, after five weeks that included wonderful hikes and a busy social calendar. We sadly said "good bye (until next time)" to our friends, knowing that our bonds to that town and its people continue to grow stronger. We also learned that there is still more to discover in the area.
On one of our first trips to France, in a town on the Riviera, I asked a local if there was a grocery store nearby. He kept answering me ...
... we are now, near Beziers, France. We are staying at Chateau Les Carrasses, which is the finished property developed by the man who is developing the properties where we purchased. Today we drove over and checked out the progress of the construction. Our unit is in the middle of demolition...not much on the interior! Other buildings are further along, some of them even sheet rocked. Before this we went to a market day in Pezenas, and afterward we ...
... the old town. There in front of us was a Little Train! SO we decided we would just take that instead of the rather steep hill and that proved to be a good move. The train takes you right up to the Canal Du Midi but sadly it was not going round the old town first which is what it normally does.. However, when we got off, we grabbed ourselves a couple of sandwiches and ...
Remember where I last left you? It was around 2 a.m. and I needed to have luggage in the lobby by 7:30 a.m. the next day. So....this morning we dutifully loaded buses on time, and then sat for an hour because the bus drivers didn't have their paperwork for crossing the border. Bus driver rules are very strict in Spain. They must not drive longer than two hours without a stop, and then they are required to take a 20 minute break. During the break the bus must be turned off and ...