Hostellerie Saint Louis
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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The best nights sleep since leaving home and we have to get up! We paid €6 for our bar bill and left. We popped the suitcase in the car and walked to the town, in the drizzle, for a cup of hot chocolate/tea. We were able to sit outside because Cafe Maìrìe had the sun blind wound out. We had plenty of time so we went into the cathedral and paid €3 each to go down into the newly opened Crypt. ...
We woke in Bollezeele to huge gusts of winds. Breakfast was at 8:30 around a huge table in their home, but seems to be used just for guests. It was a very colourful table, filled with an assortment of treats like, freshly made orange juice and yoghurt, homemade jams, pastries and breads. We were served an individual teapot if we wanted tea and the kids had warm milk to have hot chocolate. The man buzzed around speaking in French and some English to us, ...
We were served a very traditional breakfast in our room, of breads, meat, cheese and yoghurt. The owner was a lovely man, who spoke English very well. He recommended a place to visit on our way. We decided to not go to Amsterdam as it would have been a rushed visit and it was raining a lot. The countryside we were in was very beautiful. The owners, who had a grand old country home with horses and chickens, had lived in Amsterdam for 14 years but decided to get out of the ...
We left Sheffield yesterday at 2.30pm (so only 3 hrs later than we anticipated!!).
Heavy rain but no snow showers.
Arrived Calais about 8.30pm but forgot whether we were an hour in front or behind so stayed at Cite D'Europe in car park ...
Well here we are at the end of our trip in Europe. We arrived here Sunday the 18th. Left Bruge on a bright but very very cold morning and only had an hour's or so drive to get here. There is not much here , only a village to walk through but the idea is to have a good rest for a few days, not go anywhere and just relax and read a book. so far that is exactlywhat we have done and will continue to do so for the rest ...