Logis La Croix Saint-Maurice Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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... the euro at about $1.15, this is far cheaper than one could get a nice French meal at home. In this part of France, we often have English menus, too. We got back to Rouen in time to relax a bit and then view the light show at the cathedral encore une fois. Then it was time to say goodbye to Bruce and Annelle. I enjoyed traveling with them and hope that they can say the same. I know they appreciated Frank's doing all the driving and doing it well. They were somewhat impressed by ...
... shoes instead of cute sandals? After making full use of the wonderful hotel breakfast buffet, we spent of couple of hours walking around the Old Town this morning, which was great. We visited the Gros Horloge (big clock) - amazing-, the chocolate shop -gorgeous-, the place where Jeanne d'Arc was burned and the modern, Scandinavian-style church named for her - puzzling-, Notre Dame Cathedral - there are so many-, the street of half-timbered houses, and the ...
... at the beach, riding bikes or horses, playing paddle, boating/rafting, hiking. Trudging thru museums and listening to tour guides really is a lot like work, and by now I am exhausted in a psychic way. We've been putting in 12 hours days, with no down time except in the car. This is the second night in France that I've skipped dinner because I'm just too tired. Frank, my couch-loving spouse, is being Energizer Bunny, and he's been doing all the ...
... but at least we had something to ski on! As it turns out, there were quite a few people skiing. Perfect conditions for a spring ski, really – mild but still snowy.
The skiing was amazing. Conditions-wise, not perfect (the snow was a little melty and heavy, so it was a little hard to turn at times), but in terms of the environment, ambiance, and weather, it was perfect. We had to pinch ourselves a few times when that "wait…we’re ...
... royal town springing up to the west of London, Westminster. Slowly the itinerant royal court made Westminster its permeant home. It was a natural fit as power, trade and banking concentrated around London. By about 1300 the royal court would call Westminster headquarters.
William, Duke of Normandy came calling at the Battle of ...