Hotel-Restaurant Le Grenier a Sel
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... to our fourth floor digs or a tiny, old elevator that had a swinging door to enter then small, normal elevator doors closed after the button was pressed. The elevator was so small that with the two kids and Maureen in it, Maureen's backpack got stuck in the doors for the ride down to the lobby.
I spent the rest of the day walking through Pere Lachaise Cemetery looking at the resting places of some of the most famous musicians and ...
... how mortgages work prior to buying a home. Making sure that you understand how your mortgage term affects your monthly mortgage payments and how it relates to the net cost of your home will leave you feeling less confused in the future.
Always offer at least 10% less than the asking price on a property that you are willing to walk away from. The strategy here is that the owner may refuse your lowball offers, but if a ...
... rolling farmland, raging rivers, the whole bit, and all of it stunning.
1 vote - Food. I reckon food has got a lot of votes during our trip, and while much of the time we ate on our camp stove, when we ventured out to the luxury of a restaurant we ate well. Duck, steak, seafood, good (and cheap) wine, cheese. Gabriel Gate would've been in his element.
WOG - French public toilets, which have no seat, just a bowl and a lid. And French drivers are pretty stupid too.
... kg on my back, I just keep on walking. I am just there where I am, now and here. Every step I go, I am, nothing more nothing less. Time is on my hands without pressure. I walk the road, alone, but not really alone, I walk with God. On my way I meet people that are injured or I ask people who are having a pick-nick if they need some medical help. I explain them that I am a nurse and they gladly except my aid. In trust ...
... she built with pigs, donkeys, cows etc.
We caught the train to Dijon which took about 3 hours. It is really pretty old town with heaps of old buildings and cobblestone roads. We found this small wine bar which was really cheap for good wine- about 2 to 4 dollars per glass for good local French red wine. We stayed there and chatted to locals all night. Dogs are allowed everywhere so people would walk in and out with their dogs. There was ...
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