Hôtel Du Golf
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... me how the walls and some ceilings were painted. Some had been whitewashed over many many years ago, but after that was carefully cleaned off can now be seen again. They were so good, but the artists are not known. Hungry now and nearly lunchtime we walked to the new town for a change. We came across a pretty pink restaurant, L'Acidulé, and I just had to go in. We were the only customers at first, soon it ...
... He was a 7 month old Jersey, It was highly amusing to see him surrounded by huge Belgian Blues. (For non-agriculture readers, Jersey is the smallest breed of dairy cattle, and shrink in comparison to a Belgian Blue.
We then toured the rest of the farm. Saw the barn with the Holstein cows and bulls, and the feed lot part of the farm for the Belgian Blue bulls. The barn with Holstein cows was half ...
... around. Hotel F1 it says.
Two hotels. Both with yellow signage. Right next door to each other. One is called Première Classe ie first class. One is called Hotel F1 ie formula one. A bit bloody confusing. I wonder how many people have tried a key card from one in the door of the other. Or had breakfast at the wrong hotel. Or worse.
As to the Hôtel ...
... Brits,.. because it is ‘just across the channel’. Coll and I visited here briefly on a previous ...
... hill in the next village. From our campsite we can see the ruins of three chateaux on a nearby hill and whilst we were out, and we found some waymarkers to the 'Trois Chateaux' we thought why not climb up to the top of the hill and have a look at the ruins. To be fair the view from the top overlooking the local countryside was spectacular, and on our return journey we watched people working the vineyards. Some were mechanised and appeared to be trimming the tops of the vines - ...