La boule d'or
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... it’s the third time I’ve tried to read it. It’s not a light read. I’m about 8 hours into it and only half done. In parts I feel like it’s trying too hard. It is historical fiction and about a time that I know little about so I find it interesting. It interplays French, English, German, and Dutch history so it’s discussing things that I’m seeing right now.
I always start out ...
... had a long drive ahead. Paying for parking - finally accomplished it with help (again from foreigners).
On the road we intentionally decided not to hurt each other or keep the air inside the car blue due to our frustrations with GPS (now being called Bridget) and our incompetence.
Stopped at St James for lunch.
On toll road, wonderful hi way. French drivers great, trucks in right lane only, time to get off. I inserted the ticket ...
... which was part of the old hospital so we decided to visit the. Well worth the visit as it showed how people were treated long ago. The apothecary itself had a lot of the original medicines used in the 17th century.
Returned to the same restaurant as we had used the night before as were so impressed and not disappointed either. Lovely place and very good ...
... br> After settling in we took a stroll to check it out and found we were only about 350 metres from the impressive Chateau in Bauge. after our stroll we had decided on a restaurant which was part of an Auberge de France hotel. It was excellent.
We had passed by Bauge a number of times over the years but as the road towards Le Man bypasses the centre we had never stopped.
... every day!), but all they needed was a musician from Bremen to come along and get something started.
Virginie gave a little talk about the average French person's life. The most common male name in France is Jean, and the most common female name is Marie; Martin is the most common surname. So she spun a little story about Jean Martin. Jean does not meet his girlfriend in college like a lot of Americans might. College is for studying, not for having fun! Jean meets ...