Hostellerie de la Chaumiere / Hotel Susan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the green veg that accompanied it were excellent. I don't think Florentines would appreciate the naming of the dish after their city, it most certainly is not a Firenze dish! The highlight was the dessert, Nuttella and Mascarpone Pizza. This is a common dessert in pizzerie in Italy, and whilst this was not on a par with those, it was good. I had to add salt myself (it works a bit like salted caramel), and received odd glances from le Frenchies nearby for doing so, but ...
... had left her feeling like an old stiff cowboy but unfortunately I had not brought my costume so I was unable to oblige. It was getting late so we headed back to our campsite to have some dinner and play some games before bed. The weather is supposed to be getting better and better and we can only assume that this forecast is correct so we are looking forward to the next week, especially as it is the twins birthday in two more ...
... and waited for them to turn up. Calling it a chalet might be a bit generous, flimsy shack is probably more accurate. Still it had a bit more space than Sven so we hung about in there as the girls played in the bedrooms. Tim and Jeni did eventually turn up and we decided to go for a little wander to the nearby lake. This was quite unexciting but at least we got to stretch our legs. We tried to brave the beach but the wind was blowing ...
Sculptures and churches, a disappearing canal and a yet to be found Knights Templar hall. The Order of the Knights Templar was recognised and confirmed in Troyes Cathedral in January 1129. Begun with a group of nine soldier/knight-monks in 1118, the order was founded to protect pilgrims travelling to the Holy Land.
To the Cathedral of St.-Pierre et St.-Paul. Little remains of the churches on ...
... for a campsite on the Lac d'Orient.
We were now in Champagne, but we still passed through miles of arable farmland, with not a vine in site
We found the campsite - Les Rives du Lac, ACSI 14 e, easily. Only the hardstanding pitches were in use - we found a really big one.. The toilets ...