Inter-Hotel Amarys Chateauroux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... money away. So we parked up in an industrial estate. Quite common thing to do. The only downside is that the lorries start moving early. Still, it meant that we could have a hot breakfast in the Asda close by.
An uneventful run home meant we were home by lunch time. Jim had moved his cars out of the way and we could get onto the drive easily
After 8 months we could expect some hiccups when we got home. And we found them. D's car wouldn't start. It wouldn't ...
... the restoration of the castle which is how we see it today. With its moat and flowers, it looks like something from a storybook.
At the beaches, we had a picnic lunch while watching the windsurfers try their luck. From there, we had coffee and tea at a small restaurant on the beach. After we left the little vacation village, the rest of the hike was in perfect natural solitude. We climbed and descended over and over. We passed over tiny bridges ...
... before her time. The sweeping views, the lovely homes, and the intriguing history all make Gargilesse an unforgettable place.
The church was also spectacular and dates from the 12th century. Romanesque column capitals are the highlight of the structure. Like most Romanesque churches, the capitals vary in theme in a seemingly random pattern. You are confronted with fantastic decorative animals and three historiated cycles depicting ...
... very similar to what one finds in the margins of an illuminated manuscripts. The inside of the church was also remarkable. The columns still bore traces of their original coloration, which would have been stunning in their day. The column capitals were inhabited by strange creatures found only in reverie. In the wooden partition that separated the public and the clergy, I found interesting carvings hidden behind the benches. These were nearly ...
... Suivre Deviation", but, of course, no signs to indicate the Diversion!
We follow a likely looking road, which appears to be heading in the right general direction, but, after a few more miles, the tarmac runs out at the entrance to a farm.