Moulin de Boiron Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... light planes and a landing field, where tourist flights are available across the lovely countryside. It's very pretty countryside here, with the grain lying on the ground just harvested. We have a beer, and watch a few planes land. From here it's only about 3 kms home. Back to the chateau, and a quiet night, as tomorrow we move on to Brussels. We finish off the terrine and vanilla slice from lunch, with some ...
Today is raining and cooler, so Pete and I stay put in our room. I am not feeling so good, and Pete wants to catch up on emails and do some washing. We head into Namur in the afternoon, grab lunch at a boulangerie, do the laundry and I need to get some anti-biotics, so I go in search of a doctor! Well what a drama, I have some addresses, but they are not exactly well ...
... hotel. On the road, we decide to go to Namur to see the next stage of the Tour; we park on the edge of town, and catch the giveaways on the way in, scoring key ring, wristbands, cordial etc! Pete goes in search of a data input to his dongle, which he could not do online, so once again we search for Proximus...our favourite provider! There is confusion, and I lose Pete, and decide it's time to head up the road to the Citadelle for the best view of the race. Pete joins ...
... can catch up! Of course they all wiz by us in the blink of an eye, but Pete spots a number of riders with torn clothing, and some bikes missing from the spare bikes vehicles. And so the day is over for us. It was terrific to soak up the atmosphere in a relatively small place, to watch the crowds, the kids racing around, the adults enjoying the sunshine and the beer, the groups of older riders coming through before the Tour.... it's quite a scene. We now have the ...
We headed south from Calais and made a pit stop in the tiny village of Boiry-Notre-Dame. We left early in the morning and drove 2 and 1/2 hours further south. We stopped at the large town of Sedan. The campsite was actually in the town on the river. It took five minutes to walk to the town centre and the main shops.
Sedan has the largest fortified medieval castle in Europe. It has old buildings and a rustic appeal but ...