Hotel du Vieux Moulin
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... about Roman times and their ingenuity and it is always a challenge to see how long I can hold off from a 'nice one centurion' or 'what have the Romans ever done for us' and in this case it was about 5 minutes. So we walked around the museum and sat and watched a film they had of the story and then watched a bit of a demonstration of fighting that seemed to be put on for a group of schoolchildren although there was a lot of talking so it was ...
... then discovered a little shop which was attached to a factory which produces anise so we went in for a look. It reminded me of one of my favourite books when I was younger, The Smell of Licorice, by Annie Seedballs. It stocked masses of varieties of anise and other local products and the girls were as happy as kids in some sort of shop that stocks loads of different things that they would really like. We picked up a few varieties to take ...
... we thought and the farmers had been lifting sugar beet so the track was covered in mud.
It was almost dusk when we got there and very atmospheric. We had been told that the grave of a man called Tandy was there. He was apparently the most decorated private soldier in WW1, but we couldn't find the grave. ( after we got home I found out that ...
... is a bit like a smaller version of the Porta Nigra in Trier.
The cathedral was built in the 12thC and is most famous for its beautifully carved capitals on the pillars in the nave and the Tympanum depicting the Last Judgement over one of ...
Although I consider myself to be a master of transitions, having moved so many times already, my move to Auxerre was much harder than I anticipated. It was easy to forget the real reason I came to France during those first few days in Dijon. I was so comfortable back in my old room with my host family.
Arriving in Auxerre I felt like I was starting my junior year abroad over again. I felt the same fear, anxiety ...