Hôtel Du Golf De L'Ailette
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our top deck or crash into any of the other boats parked nearby. It had not rained a great deal either so there was very little damage in the wheelhouse - there is one auxiliary electrical panel that is some degree of fried, but Stan hasn’t figured out how badly yet, and it seems we can do without it. Stan has spent some time poking the bottom of the canal all around the boat in several directions, but can’t feel the roof on the bottom anywhere. We ...
... by having us smell essential oils and guess what they were. We then had the opportunity to 100% C******nay, 100% Pinot Meunier and 100% Pinot Noir Champagnes that came with an amazing food pairing. These are the only three grape varietals that you'll find in Champagne, but usually, you will find a blend, so tasting them individually was an interesting experience. In case you aren't counting, we're now 6 glasses in. This is only important ...
... s probably gone off by now. We wandered down the main shopping street which had the necessities - butcher, baker, chocolate shop, bar...... Sadly, being Sunday, we didn't get an opportunity to purchase the local chocolate specialty. Our lunch was provided by the local brass band, and we ate it in the 'Pilgrim's Room' at the hospital adjacent to the cathedral. The room is in the style of the cathedral with a magnificent vault. We were welcomed with ...
... route of my GPS, I can get around on back roads pretty well. The only hiccup of the day was when I got confused when navigating a retarded intersection, where I could not figure out which lane I was supposed to be in to go straight. Some of the intersections here can get a little complicated, and I have been through roundabouts with five roads attached! Anyway, this time, I tried to move from one lane to another while waiting at the light, but ...
... ordered something that appeared to be a local delicacy (in Belgium it was eel!). His entrée seemed OK, French Onion soup but the main was a dish called Tartare with frittes. Well we knew that frittes were chips so we thought perhaps fish and chips. No – tartare is raw mince rolled into a big chunk with onion, capers, egg and oil (as viewed on Masterchef no doubt by those who watch it). The ...