Hotel Le Grillon
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Quelle belle journée ce fut hier! La météo annonçait de la pluie, mais il a plutôt fait beau. Nous sommes encore sous le charme de cette ville deux fois millénaire. Tout est extraordinairement beau. On a été charmées par les tramways les nombreux canaux et les habitations. Et que dire des piétons et surtout des cyclistes! Ils sont rois ici! On a …
... us at plus 200kmh. We are having final drinks tonight so back in the car and off to find a shop. We find a drink market with local wines. We select a wine not knowing what it will be like. Girls decide that we should have some nibblies so we stumble across a second supermarket which has two separate buildings. The first for alcohol and the second for food. The alcohol section is huge and even had a selection of Australian ...
... The trip included two locks to raise and lower the boat to the different river levels.
We did try to buy a football shirt for Montpelier but after the helpful Tourist Info lady gave us directions (in English) we got to the shop and asked the assistant who immediately responded in good English with the tale that the team had done well over the previous 2 seasons but had been rubbish this year so they didn't ...
... are huge storages of firewood for the winter and we thought this homeowner had quite a unique storage system - up under the house eves. The closest biggish town is Achern in Germany with a population of around 25,000. It is a typical large town with a wide choice of shops and facilities. We did not explore, preferring the forested areas, but Peter did invest in a comfy pair of sandals to make walking in the forest much safer than using thongs/jandals. We ...
... so French-y, and I liked looking at the pastries in particular. There's this part of the city that's called Petite-France, originally slaughter houses & tanning-houses. Hence the roofs were really big so as to increase the surface area to dry the skins. Walked around for a bit then had lunch by the canals which was pretty ...