Hotel de l'Horloge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... home… when we arrived my brother continued crying the whole time until he went to sleep!
Tuesday 28th Oct 2014
In the morning we had to drop off my uncle sister then we went back home after that my uncle and my dad arrived then we stayed for the whole day we went to sleep early today because we spent the day organizing all of our luggage because we are driving to Paris in the morning. We are catching our plane back to Melbourne tomorrow night.
... the zoo keeper told us that the male lion had killed all of his sons, except one, several weeks earlier. The zoo keepers came on time to save the last one. Now the father has been separated from all the other lions. And next to the lion enclosure was the tigers. There were two tigers sleeping under a tree. So we went to see the monkeys. We got to the monkeys and there were all different species, small to big ones. We found the baboons and we were right on time for feeding ...
... patisserie and bought two tartans, they are like an open pie or cake, really yummy, and my aunty bought me a quiche. It was the first time I ate a quiche, it has goats cheese and tomato, it was
SOOOOOOOOOO GOOOOOOD!! The shopping didn't last long as after that we
went to my uncle's friend's house because they had organized a party ...
... of the abbey and it is now owned by 15 people. Should anyone of you be interested, and in the area, you wouldn't want to miss this.
The weather here has been marvelous. Mid 70's and beautiful blue skies. We have only had a few days of light rain, and the rest of our trip has been great. The only thing missing is the full Fall colors. That would have made today perfect. We saw ...
... to Ornans (not far from Besancon). We are in the area called the Doubs (after the river of the same name which we crossed earlier in the day). Fairly typical of this area; about 10 miles back up the road we were one minute on a fairly ordinary road and then suddenly we dropped into the most spectacular limestone gorge with huge cliffs towering above us and the river deep below. 113km on the clock for the ...