Hotel Du Parc
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Du Parc Niort
Travel Blogs from Niort
... eight french speaking people was a challenge of understanding and patience but two of the guests were pilgrims doing 2 weeks per year hiking the camino and they had a little english to go with Laurie's little french so we got on fine until the politics came out and it got beyond our capacity. Basically they fear being accused of racism for the way they deal with muslims. A thunderstorm sent us to our rooms to finish a bottle of red and cooled the temperature and the ...
The home of chevre had it's annual festival this weekend with many stalls and displays of goats cheeses. The day was fine and the town was jumping with happy people buying sausage, cheese, trinkets and wines. While tasting wines we met a young American couple who are working and learning about chevre manufacture with a plan to start ...
... Then they all - sauf M Leblanc - took off and left us to it.
Richard by this stage, pumped with adrenalin and confidence from all that hacking with M Leblanc's electric saw, bravely tried to expand on his minimal French from beyond a couple of words at a time to whole sentences.
He asked M Leblanc if he'd like a beer or a jus de citron! I think he even used the verb 'voudrez' .
I reckon if he repeated French for Travellers he'd ace the class. ...
... pruning and training as it can undermine a whole building.
But what a building!
We've been working for hours on end as it's so addictive and compulsive. I even dreamt of pulling out long roots of wisteria and ivy last night. The hours just fly by as you think - just one more metre! Just a few more clumps of nettle!
It's also a bit spooky in a kindly sort of way. The tower houses a ...
... moving when the country started flashing by, so quiet and vibration free are the TGVs. There was an announcement that the bars were open, but having bought our baguettes there was no need to move. No bar trollies appeared. That must have been the strike gesture for the day. A couple of hours later Milton and Barbara meet us at the station and drive us home. They've made supper for us, so we eat early and then ...