Hotel Restaurant Le Moulin du Landion
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... A6) or La Languedocienne (A9). And I’m not sure what we English have got to do with it any way.
Ahead of me I can see a big flat green field in the middle distance which a tractor has just passed over. There are hills in the far distance and between those and the field, there’s forest and a large building with a tower which I think must be a religious building ...
... couldn't see it.prob under the altar. Cathedral had organ playing when we visited ..amazing acoustics in these places! Great Gothic arches and stained glass..what is not to like! After busy morning had a scratch mushroom quiche and cake lunch from a patisserie, before drifting back to hotel.Few restaurants open tonight and we booked into one after getting boarding passes sorted out. Had dinner at another nearby hotel ...
... a 1000 years before William the conqueror galloped into England Had drink riverside and then headed to the wine villages even further west than their place.Beautiful undulating hills with vines and numerous white Charolais cattle.Very picturesque with lots to see..must return to Burgundy. Village hoped up to Chalon then returned to Beaune and our lovely hotel.could not get into last nights restaurant..La Bergerie so went to a ...
... wasn't anywhere for dinner but the hotel. Another arm and a leg although it was good, except the half bottle of red wine which was s*** (€18) although I'm not sure five courses - if you include the 'amuse bouche' was necessary. We then had a couple of games of pool as they had a pool table and then had a great nights sleep in the huge bed, although I have to say not to have a bottle of water in the room is really poor, it would cost them all of ...
... me - you can imagine the cursing! Off with all the panniers and a lot of fixing to my rear mudguard so that the rear wheel could turn, luckily peters bike was OK and only my back is a bit sore. After a while of cycling through pretty villages we see that you can cycle along the lovely tarmaced towpath so go down onto the canal which then takes us all the 12k into Troyes, it's covered in branches & leaves though from yesterday's hurricane. The canal itself is full of ...