Hotel Saint Roch
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... adventure in food though. I left my hotel around 1pm cuz the museum I was visiting didn’t open till 2pm. I wandered around for 45 minutes hoping to find a place that sold sandwiches so that I could easily snag one and find a place to eat. Unfortunately, they were all closed. So, finally I found a Bistro and screwed up my courage. Communicating over food is much more difficult than one would imagine. Anyway, in I go and I immediately realize that I am too underdressed for ...
... it was kind of blah.
The one I really liked was the Cathedral Saint Pierre (pic 4, pic 5). It was gigantic and had some beautiful gothic architecture. Unfortunately, when I went in, there was a service of some sort being held with the organ being played, people singing, and the Eucharist being taken. I didn’t feel comfortable advancing more than a few feet in the door. Just far enough to see how beautiful the church was. I couldn’t be too ...
... far in one day. So our night stop was at Chaunay. Just a huge car park in a soulless village. The only redeeming feature was the church. A beautiful old church with a magnificent window behind the altar.
The boulangerie in the square was closed on Thursdays, so a longer walk took us to another, run by a scary older woman. The facilities were interesting. Loads of electricity points, and water taps, but no sign of grey or black water dump. We used a drain for the grey ...
... for younger people.
The fourth excursion was to the village of Angles sur l’Anglin, the castle of which dates from the 11th century. This village has been officially designated one of the most beautiful villages of France and one can easily see why.
It was a wonderful eight days, and as is the case every year, we wondered at the end where the time had ...
... summarizes our day (and, to be honest, the rest of the week as well.)
The day was a bit of a whirlwind, In addition to enjoying ourselves, Sidney and Allison also want to make sure that we learn a lot while we are here. We jumped back and forth between making multiple different kinds of ganache and macaron shells, madelines, brioche, croissant and chocolate glaze and 3 kinds of meringue!
Alison showed us how to assemble ...