La Maison De La Prade
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The monuments and architecture, the history and beauty on every corner.
The apartments, boulevard after boulevard of stately buildings with their wrought iron balconies, every one a different pattern, their chimney pots and flower baskets.
The people, their innate style and ...
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... pitching a tent in the wet with a swollen knee, even if someone offered us a hot roast dinner to do it. We tried three holiday parks with no success and doubled back where we came hoping there would be a more obscure hotel, and there it was. The lady inside greeted us with a big smile even though we dripped muddy water all over the foyer. Like most other people we encounter, she tried French, then German, then Dutch, then English (Blonde hair perhaps?), but all we wanted to hear ...