Hotel Le Printemps
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Still impressive.
I raise the question. Given this was a town developed by the local celtic peoples who were Romanised, who became the leaders? Was it the most powerful ex-warriors? Was it the best merchants who could contribute to the commerce of Rome (they were trading produce throughout the Mediterranean from all over Gaul through Masalia, Massalia or Massilia the current Marseille which was then a Greek ...
... Black Winter Truffles are what we have in Australia and most of the Australian truffle trees came from this area. After the trees are planted it is about a 10 - 15 year wait before production so locally here they plant lavender between them so they can harvest that within one to two years. A popular local dish with truffles is to pre-cook a whole potato, put a small amount of truffle inside, wrap it in foil and put it on the BBQ - sounds very ...
... off the question until about ten minutes before the end of class when someone explained that they just remembered all the answers from the last time I taught the lesson!!! Ooops… So we finished with a game of Never Have I Ever!
Laura decided long ago that this year she was going to steal American Thanksgiving because Canadian Thanksgiving is in October and she didn’t know enough people here to really throw a ...
... is only open between 2 and 8pm. So, being 4 hours early, we decided to go to a nougat museum.
The nougat museum was pretty interesting and, of course, we exited through the gift shop and wound up buying some nougat.
Afterwards, we all went back to my coworker's house and had a very large French lunch with some additional guests as well. We ate rougail saucisse which is a traditional meal from the Reunion Island. But because ...
... up Clio stopped at a slight angle about 18 inches from my towbar.
That was it, I was out of there. I spotted a signpost to Crest so headed in that direction.
We had picked up some leaflets from the campsite reception, one of which was for an Aquarium in a village called Allex. This was our new destination.
It was a small Aquarium and not really worth the 7€ entry fee, but it did have some stunning fish.
Tomorrow is our ...