Ibis Styles Cholet
Travel Blogs from Cholet
... a delightful young attractive French girl who was very pleasant and helpful. It is a very small Crêperie with 18 places in the room we were in plus a few more tables in another room they use when busy. The food is local and organic!
It has been a really lovely day with delicious food and excellent company!
We collapsed into a large king size, very comfortable bed well after midnight. Thanks you Sal and David for giving us your bed!!
... path, through more vineyards, stunning scenery, and a few massive hills (everyone's least favourite part of the journey). Eventually, we had to begin the return journey in order to get the bikes back to the store on time. The return journey was no less scenic than the first time through, it truly was a great experience.
Arriving back at François we played a game from Finland that was a mix between boche and bowling, it was really fun. ...
... how sitting in a theatre wearing 3D glasses on very comfortable chairs that move - not a lot - but enough so that it gives the impression of going up and down a roller coaster. Again, think Star Tours simulator at Disneyland. My stomach got left behind on quite a few occasions! It's really weird because I know it's not real and it's just a film, but my mind was telling me something else completely. Really good fun!
All in all, a really ...
... did they do capuccinos? No, came the emphatic answer, so I asked for a cafe creme - white coffee! Out came the coffee - okay, it was so close to a capuccino that LEs and I had a giggle to ourselves. This is what one would call "lost in translation". Obviously here, a capuccino is one of those black coffees with a topping of cream - not the traditional capuccino that we Australians know and love. Wasn't a problem - it was really good!
Next came ...
... Australians who attended the service. There was even a group of young Australians who were living and working in England who made their way across the Channel. Chances are I'll never make it to an Anzac Day service in Gallipoli, but it's fair to say, this was a pretty amazing compromise.
I don't see Anzac Day as a glorification of war - to me, it is a way to remember the young men and women who gave their lives for peace. Lest we forget.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking