Ibis Styles Bourges
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... how P and H deliver abundantly to the lives of those they deal
with- think of a rather bland soup
mixture , then add Pea and Ham. What difference that makes.
The word ENTREPRENEUR has been much sullied by an ignorant and semi illiterate press in recent decades. Often we have seen the Skases and Bonds of the world referred to as entrepreneur or maybe failed entrepreneur- when in fact the words like lazy, ...
... background. Really, the church represented a history of rural France, and I was glad that our hostess took the time to share its history with us.
After our little tour of the church, it was time for dinner. Let me tell you, this woman could really cook! The first course was a traditional soup made from a local prickly green plant that grows like a weed. The entrée was a savory French pastry filled with vegetable and crème fraiche, and my companions told me ...
... you don’t know what you’re going to get, but I was surprised to find it very delicious and filling: soup, duck, potato croquettes, bread, cheese, and a chocolate éclair.
The local church is also pretty remarkable. Its architecture dates to the mid-19th century, but the stained glass windows and sculptures were modern from the 1960’s. After seeing so many medieval churches, this was very different, yet just as beautiful.
... the small town, we saw a grand castle with turrets in the distance, and we all thought that this is where I would be staying for the night. No such luck. We asked at the local café for directions to the chateau, and I was pointed in the direction of a large farm house. The room was comfortable, clean, smelled of flowers, and I had a private bathroom for the first time in weeks. The welcome by the proprietor wasn’t very warm, but I was ...
... one website says they are 18th c. but I am not sure) depicting the story of Saint Solange: prayer and dedication, the abduction, the decapitation, the headless walk, and the adoration of her relic by pilgrims. There are also two large paintings by Rubens of Christ (one appears to be Christ healing lepers, while the other, the adoration). The church was in the midst of being decorated for the Pentecost holiday on Monday, so the relic coffer hung suspended ...