Hotel du Boeuf Couronne
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Menu dégustation à 60Chf. Divin ! Produits frais, et de tès bonne qualité. Service impeccable, ambiance bistrot mais assiette soigné. Une excellente adresse !
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... handout as an aide. Jerry did his best to translate what was being said but we found it a bit difficult to keep up. Still, an interesting bit of history. We finished our tour around 5:00pm and headed back to the hotel for a workout and a bit of r&r. About 7:30 we walked over to the local grocery store purchased a baguette, salami and cheeses for a light dinner. Life is good, we are ...
Last day in Paris and Pascals offer to drive us to Montparnasse has to be withdrawn as the tractors of the farmers will be blockading the streets. Finally after chats etc. drifted to train..still tired from weekend. Managed a nice lunch at our lovely restaurant after the fact finding mission around Gare dEst and Gare du nord..in readiness to catch the plane back toSweden as we will be arriving at GaredEst and need to catch the train from GdN. Diid some shopping and found ourselves ...
A steady 130 miler today. We're taking toll roads for ease but a cool 20 Euro and 10 Cents today.. Cheeky! More hay fields and a few more sunflowers. We arrived at Les Bords de l'Eure, ACSI 1731 (free pitch choice, unlimited electricity and water, apparent wifi at reception but we couldn't get it). The book had described it as a "good Overnighter" so we had low expectations but not quite low enough for the toilets! There was a row of cubicles with ...
... and embellished by a Catholic man in between the 1930's and the 60's. Everything on the property has been decorated with either mosaics or paintings. It was one of the most interesting places I have ever seen. Everything must of had some kind of symbolism or significance to the builder. The glistening mosaics were stunning and the paintings on the wall were equally beautiful. The man was very fervent in Catholicism and had constructed a chapel with the house. One thing I ...
... St Joseph. The shrine to Mary was lovely - there was even a heart breaking story that children would flock to this shrine with torches in hand pleading for help from the Blessed Mother. I also lit a candle for all the light needed in this world with prayers to Mary. There was also an adoration chapel; so peaceful. By noon, the big thing I was waiting for was the tour in English that I have read online about. It definitely did not disappoint - it is instructed from ...