Hotel La Charpiniere
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... wrestling and twice a day all the kids got to feed our leftovers to the chickens and collect the eggs. Remarkably the villa owners, Linda and George also had a fish pond.... so on our final day we convinced Mitch that Jacques deserved a better home than a plastic box and he was released into the pond with all the big boys! Can't wait to plan another European vacation with the Scarlett's in a year or two!! Eeny, meeny, miny, moe on the location! ...
... and Haussmann apartment blocks of the east side to the ultra modern out-on-a-limb buildings of the southern confluence part of town, Lyon provides a feast for the eyes in just about any direction one can look. Amongst all of it, there are countless spaces for its citizens to sit, read, debate, relax, eat and play and, much to Logan's chagrin, smooch. I love Lyon. I ...
The boys slept in till 9am and so did we after our long drive and late night. We slowly got moving but missed the breakfast cut off at the hotel so headed into the little village of Saint Galmier to have a coffee and snack. It was already late morning so by the time we got there we had a croque monsier and coffee (juice for the boys). Afterwards we bought a lovely orchid from the florist for Sandrine and had a wander around ...
We were up early and on the road by 8am. We dropped the linen back to Averil, did a quick stop at the bakery and headed on our way. The GPS was saying we had a seven hour drive in front of us. During the morning we made good time and decided to detour to Amboise for lunch. We sat at a restaurant outside the gates of the chateaux and ate a quick lunch. I had a goats cheese salad, boys had pasta and icecream ...
... beautiful at first and then you are very aware of it being the next day. Aware that there is a train to catch and sleep to be had. We caught an early tram to our stop and walked up the hill to our hostel. The three and a half hours sleep was bitter sweet. We had to check out of our room by 10 which was painful. We did so, had breakfast and waited for the morning to pass until our train at lunch ...