Hotel Chateau d'Aubry
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Chateau d'Aubry Aubry-du-Hainaut
Travel Blogs from Aubry-du-Hainaut
After a great sleep, but an early awakening, (body clocks all over the place), we had a delicious breakfast of croissants and fresh fruit, and a walk around the beautiful central part of Lille, with its typically gracious French streets apes, and old buildings. We found the La Poste, and sent our hiking gear to Chamonix. The staff were amazingly helpful, and that extra weight of hiking boots etc doesn't have to be carried ...
We spent the first 4 hours on the barge as we had to retrace our steps from yesterday, and go through several locks along the way back to Arleux, it was good and we got off at 11am and cycled for 55kms through several small villages and some urban areas, my impressions of their part of France are that there is not a lot of money, unless the towns are very big there is little. Aristo of shops ...
... the du pain man came in his little van. We got a baguette for the day and a couple of pastries for brek. Enjoyed them sitting outside under the now clear blue skies with our cuppas and planning the day. We decided to stay at this site another night due to the wet and get some sorting done before moving on. We're off to visit the town St Omer and la Coupole museum there and there's no ACSI site nearby so we've decided to try an Aires (free site with little or no facilities ...
Sunday 3rd August 2014
No problem leaving the mooring and going through the lock by the old boat lift this morning. Isi was incapacitated with dreadful back pain going into spasms.
When we got to the boat lift there was a tour boat waiting for passengers but the lift didn't break into action until 12 noon. We had no information as to times for the lift but with hindsight it went on the hour each way and ...
... Like the Juno Beach team, staff here live together in a home in town rented from the Centre. They run the gift shop and visitors' building, monitor security around the 107 hectare site which includes two cemeteries, answer questions, and help visitors. When we spoke with Annika she was on her way to transport some elderly veterans on their first visit to the memorial. It was moving to see the expressions on their faces as they later rode past us in her golf cart.