BEST WESTERN Hotel Charlemagne
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... a lot of paintings in monasteries but the one that I liked it was because of the expression on the woman’s face (pic 7). Not being able to figure out the story based on the placard (it being in French and all), I came back to the hostel and looked it up. It was a really rough translation but, from what I can figure out, the man thought the woman had gone into a monastery and was so heartbroken that he joined a monastery where he dug his own grave and eventually died. What ...
... of the Eiffel Tower. The tour brings you through the Old Town and the Presqu’ile - this is the narrow peninsular between the Saone and the Rhone Rivers. Walking on cobblestone can be difficult if you don't have thick soled shoes. I am not used to touring on a bus but when thing are spread out it is nice to be sitting on a nice motor coach.
One place we stopped was for a building with incredible Tromp l’oil (supposedly the most famous in ...
... Although I am not a fan of mustard the experience was very cool and I made sure to taste all of it anyway. The one's we made tasted a little too vinegar-y, but it wasn't the worst. Our tour guide at the factory gave us two small jars of mustard, and I bought a jar of honey mustard as well. We then went to lunch which was absolutely delicious. We had an appetizer that was bread with melted cheese and tomato in between, and was very tasty even though ...
... were all in French. Not tourist-friendly at all. Disappointed, we navigated our way to Le Jardin Rosa Mir. Looking at all the reiviews and pictures online, we expected to be awed. Unfortunately, it was another disappointment. The garden was really small, and though like promised, was built entirely with shells, pebbles and stones, did not look spectacular in real life. Also, a large part of it was cordoned off so we could only look in from the outside.
Sad and tired from ...