Ibis Bourg en Bresse
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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For all it's idiosyncrasies, it's two or three hour lunch breaks, it's high prices - nous adorons le pays. All three of us love it and keep coming back.
St Remy de Provence - Mecredi a Dimenche Mars 29th 2015
There have been few places that we have returned to on our travels, Brugge, twice and soon a third time, El Puerto de Santa Maria and here, St Remy de Provence.
We have found a new campsite run by a rather eccentric ...
... to our LORD for the gift of place to lay my head. Morning came and the Sun was shining....birds singing, and the smell of coffee. Hot Shower, breakfast,and away I went back to the Church, and everything else to see. Most Important of all is the fact that ST JEAN MARIE VIENNEY IS THE PATRON ST OF PRIESTS, SO THIS VISIT IS PERSONAL FOR OUR PRIEST,AND PARISH. THERE ARE A LOT OF PICTURES TO SEE SO I WILL GET THEM TOGETHER ...
... When we arrived, the house was warm and very welcoming. It is a lovely two story country house about 0.9 km out of town. That night I cooked up Fajitas for all. The next day was a leisurely day with a jog to start. We then walked into town to look around to get some supplies. We wanted to cook a Beef Bourgeois that my sister had recommended. Communicating in French was an experience for us all, but the locals were very helpful and friendly. The kids had a ball as they ...
The other side, we settled into the 430 mile journey south via Dijon to Macon. We had only picked the town because it had a hotel and Buffalo Grill in close proximity to each other and the motorway. The Ibis Budget hotel was just as expected – clean and boring however the meal was
great and the little bar opposite the hotel filled the rest of the evening, getting us in the holiday mood nicely.
... west into the high ground to a small village with the Chateau La Rochepot dominating over the village. The Chateau started out as a fortress in the 11th century and was progressively built over 300 years. It was an important fortress in the crusades and in the 100 years war. The towers and main fortress have 1 metre thick walls and still has double drawbridges and gates that still operate. In fact to enter you have to knock on the ...