Hotel de France
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to be mindful with the tide, since you can only enter and exit the beach at certain times. Bottom line is you either need to do it really early and make sure you exit the beach before the waves swallow you, or wait till end of afternoon and risk having to drive the last part in the dark. The look on our faces as Arthur was telling me how we might loose our car to the waves must have been priceless. He also advised to be careful with 'playing' ...
... walk to a different restaurant each night. Taste the food, smell the
aromas, feel the buzz of the place and just see the different people,
especially how everyone dresses, very classy gents and ladies....
And then it was all over...sad to say goodbye to Kate for
another couple of months. It was much more fun seeing the sights when you have
someone to see them with!! A bit boring and lonely when you are on your own!!
On the ...
... me fraiche and on the other side of the plate a hazelnut macaron filled with chocolate. Gary had three flavors of homemade ice cream: lemon-lime, raspberry/strawberry, and nutmeg all served with little meringues, strawberries, and raspberries.
And how could I forget the wine: a red Burgundy.
It was really one of the best meals we have ever had anywhere and the service was superb and the ambiance was elegant yet ...
... baguette. So one bakery becomes very busy with long lines running down the street. However, service is quick and efficient without any feeling of being rushed-when I ask for une baguette et une cereal(whole grain).
One way to really see a place is to walk its back streets and hidden lanes. From the top of a nearby hill we look out over red tile rooftops, gray stone church steeple, dark green forests, golden fields of ...
... it his life's work but, it has been!
The thing that I find the most amazing that I didn't know was that cathedrals were never supposed to be dull, dark and drab places. Rather, the interrior and the exterior were painted! Right now they are in the process of completely restoring the interrior. They estimate that ...