Hôtel Belle Epoque
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... any English and I knew just enough French to let her know that I don’t know any at all. It was a rather comical, albite awkward, affair that I muddled my way through. I don’t know about her but I breathed a sigh of relief when I was done eating. The meal was amazing of course. A nice chunk of duck with béarnaise sauce, small potatoes with crème fresh with chives, a salad with a delicious vinaigrette, and bread with ...
... day enjoying fun music and enjoying libations pretty much erased the toll experience. After their act we walked toward downtown and saw 2 hot air balloons across the river. Wandered into town, saw a crowd, and caught 2 guys with guitars playing blues, Alex De Vree & Erwan Le Fichant. Really enjoyed them. Dinner and time to reorganize. Sorry not many pictures; this day was about the narrative. Stay tuned! We're still surviving and loving our adventure!
... which was part of the old hospital so we decided to visit the. Well worth the visit as it showed how people were treated long ago. The apothecary itself had a lot of the original medicines used in the 17th century.
Returned to the same restaurant as we had used the night before as were so impressed and not disappointed either. Lovely place and very good ...
... br> After settling in we took a stroll to check it out and found we were only about 350 metres from the impressive Chateau in Bauge. after our stroll we had decided on a restaurant which was part of an Auberge de France hotel. It was excellent.
We had passed by Bauge a number of times over the years but as the road towards Le Man bypasses the centre we had never stopped.
... and a Coca Lite. The carbonation felt good, and the flammkuch was tasty and filling. It's kind of like a pizza but made on millefeuille pastry, with cheese, bacon and onions. And after that I went into a chocolatier called Bigot (pronounced bee-goh) and bought a piece of caramel and a feuilletine, which is very difficult to pronounce but is worth the blank look from the clerk.
We met back at the Loire at 1:15, where Virginie surprised us with pastries from ...