Ibis Budget Le Puy-En-Velay
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We found they had expanded and now have room for 26 more MH's on hardstandings behind the shop. on the right hand side. All pitches have unmetered electricity - you pay 2e for the key in the shop - just give the letter or number of the pitch.
This is a French Passion site - you tell them in the shop ...
We got up in the morning and took the bus to the funicular. We took the other funicular this time to the Roman theatres and the museum. The museum had a lot of statues and a ton of huge stones with Roman writing on them. Also, there were many mosaics from the floors of houses used by the Romans. These floors were made in the 3rd and 4th century A.D. One of them you ...
... it consisted of 1. Potage - vegetable soup..with French bread 2 home made charcuterie - pork taurine , and farm made salami with French bread 2 lettuce salad with delicious dressing 4 veal casserole with jus 5 tiny green beans in garlic 6 cheese selection of about eight different varieties 7 dessert which was like a prune bread and butter pudding Now please explain to me why French women don't get ...
We were able to have a very nice sleep in this morning after a lovely evening dinner with our terrific host, Peter Joyce the owner of Le Pain de Sucre in Monistrol. Very very pretty hamlet in beautiful valley, with small church dating back to the12 century... Stunning views every where. Peter our host drove Terry, Helen and myself up the step slope out of town while Jane, the brave, walked up and up the huge mountain out ...
... Helen cleverly in French..called her " the Saint of the road"... Only Helen would think of saying that....lapsed catholic and all. So after yet another baguette and ham with coffee we then marched steadily up hill only to descend down the longest down hill rock path for 7 km, we all decided it was the worst path we had ever encountered....we'll maybe. Many hours later we clambered into Monistrol to fortunately the most lovely hotel you could wish for. The proprietor, ...