Stars Dreux Hotel
- Breakfast Available
- 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 ...
... i saying, I regret nothing. It's utterly adorable.
The nail in the coffin happened at dinner one night while we were on vacation. Grandparents, parents, siblings, and cousins were all seated around the table enjoying a lovely fondue dinner. Out of nowhere, Axel looks over me at and says, "Lauren, do you know? You're my wife." The whole table burst into laughter, and my face became so red that I probably looked like I'd ...
... three that she likes me the most right now. It frustrates her that we can't have full conversations, but she is also very patient and helpful. I think she's at that stage where she's struggling to become a "big girl" but still wants to be babied like her younger siblings, so that will be my biggest challenge with her.
Axel will be 4 years old in February and is your average little boy. He goes to a Pre-K and according to his parents has two girlfriends that ...
... 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 ...
... 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We went to the main Australian memorial just outside the little hamlet of Villers-Bretonneux (c'mon - Google) and I was both surprised and impressed that it was being beautifully and comprehensively maintained and looked pristine. Just while we were there, I guess there were maybe a dozen guys doing maintenance work around the place.