Stars Dreux Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Dreux
... outskirts of town where we hired a small car for the day. Nathalie drove us to villers bretonneux where we went to the Franco-australian museum in the town which is above the Victoria school which the Australians built. Villers bretonneux is the sister city to robinvale. After learning a bit of australian history of the First World War we walked into town and had lunch, much more affordable here. €18 for the three of us for lunch including 2 drinks. What do you know? There is ...
Surely, I thought, the French would be a bit more hesitant about being so enamored with the language because they are a proud people and love their own language. While that's true, it does not mean that they are not obsessed with English along with the rest of the world. Children start learning as soon as possible, stores have English names, radio stations play songs in English, and people are always wanting to practice their English with you. I was honestly ...
... extremely nice and patient) took me out for another lesson with the oldest child (Claire - 6) to the same spot. Partly because he was much calmer and partly because I'd already practiced quite a bit that day, I managed to move the car uphill without stalling each time. Every time I would manage to balance the clutch and the gas and release the parking brake at the same time, Denis would let out a triumphant "Alright!" Claire joined in after a few tries when ...
... Found a B&B City, one of the ones where there's no reception you just pay at an ATM outside & get a code to enter so we took the bikes in too - bit of trouble getting them into the lift though. Went into town tonight to have a walk around & had a glass of wine by the river when all hell broke loose, a group of young black guys came running past pursued by a lone gendarme with police sirens all around, just like being in ...
... took this hilltop and repelled the Germans. It said that out of Australia's total population of 4.3m at that stage, 416,000 volunteered for service in Europe and 313,000 served in action this area, with a staggering 65% losing their lives.