Hotel Les Ajoncs d'Or
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... proper moving wheels. Just as well as the bus only takes us part of the way. We then have about a 300m walk including uphill, through a very narrow cobblestone street dodging other tourists. Now that we're back carrying our own luggage, I'm very pleased that I packed light. Our hotel is very cute and tiny. One of those where you have to go outside to change your mind ;). Well kitted out though. We head out to explore the 'rock' and the ...
... rooms. Several of us took the van into the nearest town, Port Louis, to see the fort and French East India museum. Another great visit. Then back to the hotel for a swim in the pool and a relax in the spa in our room! Dinner at 8. We had a room to ourselves and the food and service were the best of the week. This was a great day to finish on - the best ride and the best ...
... of in Le Mans by the rest of the family who waited with us on the train platform until the very last moment to say goodbye. They are all such wonderful people. As we gave kisses and hugs, and waved goodbye, we are sure we will see each other again, and feel very blessed with the kindness and hospitality we have been shown the last two days. We arrived back in Paris in time for a wonderful dinner, and a stroll to the Eiffel Tower before collapsing into ...
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Our meal at Tables du Bistrot in Limoges was very enjoyable. Coll enjoyed her Salmon with Provincial Herbs and seasonal veggies,.. while I tucked into their Cassolet du Maison,.. very tasty!The restaurant was a converted barn,.. done in an interesting way. One part of the barn had chickens wandering around in their 'hen house', while diners ate watching the livestock wander about. There was a clear glass wall separating the diners and the livestock, ...
... Begun in 708, the Abbey, fortifications and village evolved over time and was renowned for holding off the English during the Hundred Year War. Over several floors we were able to visit the refectory, cloister, church, guest hall, the great pillared crypt and a giant wheel which was used to hoist supplies up to the Abbey.
We spent the whole day exploring this beautiful island and only wish we could have seen it at ...