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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Choiseul Amboise
Staff - very friendly.
Location - 5 mins walk from the city center. Other towns/castles are easily accessible by car.
Rooms - large, beautifully decorated in Renaissance style with either a garden or river view. This is the main reason to chose this hotel in my opinion.
Restaurant - very "interesting". The French guests seemed to enjoy their meals very much. I had a little difficulty eating the "rabbit stomach cooked in its own skin" (or something along those lines). But the deserts were excellent and they provided some gratis surprises, which made things extra fun. I didn't leave hungry!
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So sorry I haven't written in a while. Bonne Année everyone!! So for New Year, I went to my host mother's friend's get together thing with about 30 people and maybe 6 teenagers. I met a Kiwi girl who is also my age and doing an exchange in France. We both thought it was great to speak full English for the night. So at 11pm we ate dinner and at 11:59:30 someone jumped up and reminded us what the time was. We almost missed the New ...
... of Vincent arrived. We had a big dinner!!! And we were all up and talking until about 1am. Christmas Day, we woke up and started preparing the house again for a Christmas Day lunch!! I thought I was going to explode with the amount of food I had already eaten!!! We set the table and then the parents of Pat arrived. Not Vincent's mother this time, as she has 6 other sons to visit! Just before lunch we opened the presents. My family loved theirs from me. I got Pat ...
... don't even get in trouble or told to stop. Which is something so different than school back home - usually that sort of thing you would be expelled for. I was talking to Clare, the Australian YFU girl, who was our chaperone to Paris (she called all of us to check up on us) and I noticed that I was accidentally replying in French sometimes. Like a simple Oui for Yes or Je ne sais pas for I don't know. I was quite funny and means, I think, that ...
Hello all! There isn't much to tell of this week, I have been sick so no school pour moi. Just the flu, thankfully nothing serious - it's not surprising though as everyone is sick in this weather. My days have been fulfilled with watching TV, Friends and Glee is on between 11:30 and 1:30 so I flick between the channels to watch them both :). Apart from tht I ...
... cave. He just said that we would enjoy it. He was right!
For a region that doesn't seem to be advertised as aggressively as some major attractions in France, I think this was our favorite part of the country to date! The lack of tourist traps or sour-faced locals could definitely have influenced our opinion, but otherwise the old world charm of the quaint villages easily won us over. Wine tasting in a cave was just an unforgettable bonus!