Ibis Budget Chatellerault
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was definitely the most interesting part. They had a whole huge section of wall and a house that they had unearthed when they were building the museum (pic 1). You could still see the fresco on the wall of the house. It makes one wonder about the lives of the people who lived there. Kids running a stick along the wall, a family around a table eating, etc. The picture I took does not do justice.
One of the most beautiful statues they had there was of the Roman goddess ...
November 9th and 10th
As some of you know, today didn't really work out like I planned. I spent 7 hours on a train to Limoges in order to go from there to a little village called Oradour sur Glane. In order to keep myself from getting confused I have been looking at my itinerary in depth only the day before. I knew things would be a little tight time wise in Limoges but I thought it would be fine until I tried to get a map of where ...
... we thought that a capped pipe was for the loo, we left emptying it till we got to the camp site.
Poitiers has several really important buildings and the campsite is within easy reach. We aren't far from Futuroscope, but we aren't going to visit. We will also try and visit Chauvigny and Chatelleraut.
We have given ourselves three days here.
Poitiers had a mixed response. We loved the Church of Notre Dame, but found the cathedral to be an example of vanity ...
We had a very full, restful and encouraging Feast of Tabernacles in La Bussières France, about an hour's drive east of Poitiers. The vacation colony was quite rural; we head virtually no sounds except natural ones during our stay. Most of the buildings were new, but there is a 16th century manor-house and a stone pigeon-tower from the same period. We were 116 present.
... tall shot glass Entree - selection of 4 a and I had a mushroom gateaux on a bed of walnuts Main - baked cod with seasonal vegetables (broad beans and snow peas) Cheese - goats cheese and more bread Dessert - a choice of 4 and I had creme brûlée (divine!) I waddled up the stairs - I did think I should have done a few circuits of the stairs to help the digestion of the huge meal but given it was nearly 11pm I thought better of ...