Hostellerie de la Chaumiere / Hotel Susan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Heading south to Chablis-Dijon today, we stopped at Troyes for lunch. Troyes (pronounced trois) is a rebuilt truly Medieval town which is being restored to its former glory. The mostly wooden buildings were burnt in the 1610s so was rebuilt using mud brick and stone but in the same style. We checked out ...
... fine produce, raspberries, special prawns, pig trotters marinated in vinegrette, blood pudding, more saussison, local pastries and much more; so far highlight of the trip....
back home for duck and potatoes for lunch and we go to Reims, the capital of Champagne where all the Maison de Champagne are: We visit the Maison de Veuve Clicquot and explore some of the ...
... you laughing', daughter: 'because Timon picked his nose' - in reference to a film she watched 12 hours earlier! • The daughter singing: 'what's the story in Ballamory coz all the people stink!' • Me and kids were watching the wife swimming with dolphins, about to be pushed along in the water. During this magical experience, the boy was just staring at the sky, and suddenly shouted 'look two aeroplanes!' • The boy to his nana: 'Nana you're ...
... 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 ...
... that stage were obviously to ask them to have the beast destroyed, ask them to step out side and settle this like men (8 of them and 8 of us, even if 4 of us were kids and one had a bad foot I reckon we could have taken them, they were French after all) or to react calmly and just make sure Ruby was OK. I think if there had been blood then option 1 or 2 may have been chosen but as it was we went for the calm approach. Probably for the ...