Hotel Premiere Classe Troyes Bucheres
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... prior to the 13th C, wars, fires and a hurricane taking their toll. It was spared the ravages of both the WW's, with its elaborate facade dating from the 16th C. The stained glass windows are magnificent. The traditional rose is just beautiful, while the windows depict scenes from the bible.
Its now dark by 6pm. A slow drive home through the fading countryside ignoring the scattered raindrops.
... signs about skin infections caused by waterbird parasites and stomach infections from the water!!! We were going to stay a few days and use the bike trails, but decided to move on in the morning.
As we walked back from our stroll at about 5pm it started to rain. It then hammered down until about 4am!!
... br> We reached Troyes, (pronounced Trois) early evening and checked into our Budget Ibis hotel – oh yes, living it up for our last night of road trip! After being cooped up in the car for most of the day we headed straight out into the town which is famous for its medieval wooden-framed wonky houses.
Still full from our heavy hippy lunch we just had a drink in the ...
... co-operative selling local produce which was nice to wander round (not for the boys!) but shopping is always frustrating as we are so restricted on buying stuff because of weight and size - we did manage a wee pot of rhubarb jam tho! Orangina and ice-creams placated the boys and we returned to the gite for one final swim - with both Mum and I being very brave as well! BBQ for tea - and a good way to eat up the fridge.
... thro the village esp as it was harvest time. There was even a notice in the Spar shop warning of 'mouissons' on the road which, when we asked, worked out were combine harvesters! The gite is an original 1600's farmhouse, fully modernised (except no dishwasher, so the boys had to step on domestic chores!) and the nearby church is 13-14th C altho we didn't manage to look inside. Andy had done a few runs around the village and neighbourhood so gave us a nice ...