Hotel Restaurant Le Merle blanc
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... and brother, the cousin, family friends, uncle and aunt, grandma and anybody else who dropped in! Long lunches and dinners, where we noticed that a cheese platter is always served after main, to cleanse the palette before dessert. We also noticed that it's never too early for chocolate. Why not sprinkle it on your baguette for breakfast? ...
... town, it looked iffy. Lots of travellers camped out along both sides of the road. Ooh! Not wanting to be there. But the aire was on the other side of town. Lots of very expensive camping cars! I would just love to see the average jobsworth from the UK trying to get camping cars ...
... history visited the springs.
The young woman in the Tourist Office was about the only unhelpful person we have encountered on our whole trip. As on other trips, we have been overwhelmed by people's kindness and cordiality. She claimed most places were full and reluctantly called a small hotel I had seen in the lower town. They had a room but we couldn't check-in until ...
... we arrived in advance of the faithful! Paray has many churches, the most famous being the stunning 12th C. Basilique du Sacré-Coeur et Cloître.
The town of Paray has a warm yellow glow to it from the colour of the limestone used for its buildings and the inside of this church was a nice change from the gray, oppressive dankness of most European churches. Much of the fame of Paray seems to be ...
... the last one as it was important for them to have their TV on tonight and they knew where the power points were as they have been here before!! Isi had an afternoon nap as she did not sleep very well due to the heat in the night whilst John went looking for the supermarket. One of the English at the moorings introduced himself as Angus he turned out to be a right character along with a Swiss man called Martin and Dutch John we ...