Hotel de France
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de France Angerville
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... didn't climb up to the top as the line was too big. We had some macaroons after that, then a nice French lunch. We walked to our boat ride which cruised up and down the river for an hour. We had a bit of time left so we caught a bike taxi to the Arc de Triumph. We did climb to the top which was a lot of effort, but got some amazing views of the city, instead of doing the Eiffel Tower. We walked back through a very expensive shopping strip and got to our picnic dinner with the ...
... after a short stop, continue driving as they liked.
At Hazeldonk we were awaited for by our colleague Bert and his girlfriend, and by Mariette and Ruud from our sponsors RVB shipbroker. We really appreciated them being there for us, really nice! As we were showing the car and talking about the challenge, Arthur came by to give us some more info on the roadbook. He explained to us that on the beach between Saint Lious and Dakar, ...
... please see the video for who actually ate my wasp bread) and a few benches. After walking a bit further we happened upon some beautiful flowers and manicured trees, and lastly discovered a beautiful French chateau. It wasn't until leaving that we read that this was the chateau that Napoleon ruled from when he was emperor (both of us "geeked" out pretty hard at this). That was about ...
... market has a drive-up window just for buying bread. The super market is also where one buys gas (diesel) for the car. She graciously showed us around town and answered our questions. Between my French and her English we communicated OK. However, I did have to go and look up certain phrases and verb tenses I planned to use when we met up once again. Jocelynn works at a bank in Paris and takes the one hour train ride to ...
... peppermint. It is also known for growing watercress and the crocus sativus the source fro saffron.
Yesterday at our local market we bought a chicken-we could have gotten a yellow chicken, a blue chicken, a black chicken, or a white chicken. Last night Gary roasted our white chicken and today he is making stock for a leek-bean soup. Later –it will be wine and cheese with crusty bread on the terrace.