Inter-Hotel Le Sextant
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... at the most, the museum has an electronic counter which shows that it will hold 500 at a time and during peak periods such as summer and school holidays it will be packed.
Kate, Roy and Nathan couldn't help themselves from buying a few souvenirs from the shop. The cost to enter 15.50euro/adult and 13euro/child but was worth it and we would recommend this as a good place to visit when in ...
... local gastronomy, in particular Duck and even more in particular the fattened liver of the Barbary Duck - Foie Gras. This somewhat controversial food is produced under French Law (oh yes, they have some odd laws in France). This law says that it must be produced by gavage - force feeding the goose or duck corn through a feeding tube. There is now a chap in Spain who is producing this without force feeding through the bird's natural wish to ...
... largest in France, however it is expected to become the third largest at the time of the next Census. When you first lay eyes on the buildings in the centre of the city it is immediately clear why this city is known as the pink city, the colours of the pink brick stands out and makes a nice change to the normal concrete and glass cities we have back home.
We met Christophe and Bastien in the town square known as the Place ...
... Way to go France! I must say in Canada, I would
rather watch a movie at home sprawled out on my couch where I can control the
volume and not have to pay an arm and a leg to sit in uncomfortable chairs,
being blown away by the ear piercing volume. Oh and this movie was relatively
easy to understand as well, so overall it wasn’t a bad choice. After the movie
we went to a pub, had a drink and since we are all teachers are going to school
to be a teacher, ...
... had a coffee and ended up being there until around 9ish just sitting there taking in the smells of the expensive buffet breakfast spread, which most of went to waste after the four people had come down and eaten. When we left there we spotted a bakery/café that had opened across the street which drew Jason in like a moth to a flame. Bread, bread and more bread just stacked up in the windows. There was no going back. We sat there for the last hour and drank more coffee and had amazing ...