Le Dauphin Hotel
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... as making rolled hay. This is for winter cattle feed and quite a few cereal crops are turned into hay. Aubigny-Sur-Nere has a Scottish past with a Chateau, now the Marie, built by Beraud and Robert Stuart. The town centre has retained sculptured half timber houses in its central area and the remainder of the houses in the main have distinctive bricked windows ...
... and relaxing, before enjoying some cold beers in the courtyard of our hotel. We've had a couple of games of Crowns, over the past few days, too. It's a bit reminisce of our Coast to Coast walk. These smaller towns are far nicer than the bigger cities, but our days and kms are a bit determined by the availability of accommodation. We are loving every bit of this trip. (Except for getting lost of course). Our delightful accommodation is the charming attic room, at the Hotel ...
... opportunist, or crook would
be more correct.
A true entrepreneur is more than a
manager, more like one who makes things
happen. P is an entrepreneur in the true sense of the word.
In a world where we turn more and more to governments to solve problems and
governments regulate to remove incentives and generally neuter he efforts of go getters, we need people like P and H. To build from
nothing, market ...
... the small town, we saw a grand castle with turrets in the distance, and we all thought that this is where I would be staying for the night. No such luck. We asked at the local café for directions to the chateau, and I was pointed in the direction of a large farm house. The room was comfortable, clean, smelled of flowers, and I had a private bathroom for the first time in weeks. The welcome by the proprietor wasn’t very warm, but I was ...
... lingo - definitely improving in both vocab and confidence, with Andy able to understand and say the most and Matthew helping out with words we've forgotten. A typical Logis with excellent food for a €20 3 course meal - and having seen the trolley of cheeses as we left (like the old-fashioned dessert trollies brought to your table) Andy was keen to return again!