Ibis Dole Sud Choisey
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Travel Blogs from Choisey
... them straight outside, totally missing the arrivals hall. Other people waiting were looking confused too. John caught up with them as they had set off to look for ST!!
They arrived on board feeling hot and very tired and very relieved to be here after a long day (starting with getting up at 4.30am) and had drinks followed by dinner outside before the thunder and lightning arrived. We did lots of catching up with news before ...
... buildings where we could as we made our way back to ST via one stop to take on a cold beer usual place under the shade of the trees.
Got back to ST at 4.45 and it was 40C inside so we started to drip with sweat instantly!! We open doors windows and fan but not a lot of difference. It was still hot later in the evening after the sun had gone down.
John crossed over to the other side of our little island from our marina by a lock ...
... nothing too serious but it looked bad so Isi replaced the affected panels She then set about doing the head's (ship talk = Loo) with a vinyl paper we bought last year and much more suitable for near the toilet. Meanwhile John tackled the 2 table tops which we had recovered in Fablon wood effect. John had come up with an edging idea using black plastic angle strips which he managed to bend round the edges. The finished job is quite acceptable and looks far better ...
... are called communes, not villas, and include the farms in the surrounding area. The communes are the lowest level of French government - strictly local. Then the village, the ville, the large cite. Each level has a local government, plus increasingly complex levels of departmental, regional and national government. The plus- you have effective local government that you really do know and vote for personally. The downside - the endless ...
... coolest place on ST which is in the shade of the boat on the bathing platform with legs in the water. He would have gone for a swim, but we know what goes in to the water!!
Later on in the evening when the sun had gone down, we went for a walk around this impressive city. The beautiful tiled dome of St Jaques hospital, which we assume must be a church attached to it seeing as it had a cross on the top. La Poste has an impressive building and ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking