Hotel de la Foret d'Orient
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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Heading south to Chablis-Dijon today, we stopped at Troyes for lunch. Troyes (pronounced trois) is a rebuilt truly Medieval town which is being restored to its former glory. The mostly wooden buildings were burnt in the 1610s so was rebuilt using mud brick and stone but in the same style. We checked out ...
So after a quick breakfast we head off through the feilds qnd arrive an hour later to a medieval tower town in Provins; Abel was very impressed to see such an old old town protected by UNESCO and in such great condition. and to see that people still ive in the town surrounded by a mote and castles;
In the town of Provins; we go check out the local market qnd ...
... and we went for about an hour and a half with a couple of stops before we found a lakeside beach to sit on and have our lunch. As Brits we could not imagine such a glorious day and an empty beach going hand in hand on Easter Sunday but we enjoyed the peace and quiet as we sat and ate our lunch. We rested for a while before heading back which surprisingly seemed a whole lot quicker than the outward journey but I had Tate on ...
... they must have served up some pretty fine crepes. Galettes all round to start with and then of course polishing off the kids meals with sweet crepes to follow. It was good. One downer was that when Ruby went to the toilet a sheepdog that was with another group in the restaurant got startled as she ran past and bit her on the foot. It didn't break the skin but she had teeth marks on her foot even though she had her shoes on. Our ...
... this was the site of an important trading city, traces of an aquaduct now the only tangible evidence. Throughout the middle ages it retained its importance as a trading hub, being on, among others, the route between Italy and Flanders. Craftsmen and merchants from all over Europe flocked to the town now known as Troyes for its bi-annual 3 month long trading fairs. The use of coins and credit facilitated more ...