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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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This morning we went for a walk down the steep path from Sancerre and then to the right past the Eiffel Tower and back via the steps to the Marie and then back to our house. After lunch we drove to Aubigny-Sur-Nere about 40 kms to the north west through vineyards and cereal farming country. We passed through several small towns. Reaping of barley is well advanced ...
... internalised action plan to deliver it.
Petite and sweet, showing the patience
of a true people person.
When their individual efforts are amassed with their small team, the results of their efforts increase exponentially.
Now this blog is anonymous. So I do not intend naming anyone. If you know P and H you will understand what I am saying. They are too nice to allow the whole world know them via the internet.
... more and more homes built around it, becoming Neuvy-Pailloux (or, the new town). In the 12th century the church was completely fortified, surrounded by a wall and four turrets, that disappeared some time in the 18th century. During the war, it was partially destroyed then later rebuilt in honor of those who gave their lives for France, as reflected in a large painting of Christ standing over a wounded French soldier with the town burning ...
... the end of this trip, I am going to have a photo album full of poppies.
Issoudun is a relatively larger town compared to the small villages we usually walk through, and I had high hopes for our accommodations, which I knew would be in a hotel. Sure enough, the hotel, which was attached to a local 19th century church, was new, large, and very comfortable. 48 euros included a room to myself, dinner, and breakfast the next day. Whenever dinner ...
... we walked down a road of endless munitions factories. This is the part that wasn’t so pretty, but it wasn’t long before we came to our destination in Villeneuve-sur-Cher. The town was so small that it wasn’t possible for the four of us to lodge in the same place. The two ladies stayed with a local family, while our male companion decided to camp outside. I had a room reserved in Chateau-Villeneuve.
When we ...