L'Hotel Du Commerce
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... an Ammonite and cool rocks from one stall then we headed home for some lunch. In the afternoon we went for a great bike ride through the countryside and explored some forest on foot (which ended up in a large broccoli field!) When we got back we played and intense game of Scrabble and then relaxed in the spa soaking up the view down the valley. Emily has some home made potato and leek soup on the stove which we will have with some fresh baguette for dinner, just ...
... just wide enough to allow a cart to pass through, which can be closed as necessary, ensuring the security of the people within. We found an antique shop and picked up a couple of French 'treasures' including a sculpture and a Parisian brass trumpet! Trè cool! Emily found a shop selling etchings and bought a lovely piece representing the region we were in. After returning home, we relaxed in the outdoor spa and watched the sun go ...
... heated spa (which was already on) as well as huge TV's in most rooms. It even has a Dr Who pinball machine in the lounge!! Needless to say, I am writing this a day and a half after we arrived as we have been relaxing and soaking it all in. Have had the fire going since we arrived and admiring the rainy, misty chilly weather from the comfort of our cozy ...
After rising this morning about 8am we proceeded to pack up our things and clean the apartment. We had a 12:30pm train to catch and had to leave by about 11am to get to the main line station for the TGV. Lucky we got there early as we were a bit confused by the platforms and the carriage numbers. We found the right train, but didn't realise the carriage numbers were displayed in small almost ...
We arrived at Pont du Canal ready to depart by 11am. The boat (Magnifique) wasn't ready so we headed off for a coffee. Paul went through the final instructions with the man from Le Boat and we were off and running. We had 9 locks to conquer for the day so it was going to be busy. At each lock, Paul had to use the automatic devise that prepared the lock for us to enter. The lock had to fill up with water first which then allowed us to ...