B&B Hôtel Vierzon
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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 ...
... back the service
up with good local staff, equip the fleet with new vehicles backed up
with an ingenious capital plan to perpetually
re invigorate and continue expansion takes intelligence as well as energy.
One of their staff told me that P is the only boss he has ever worked for who is so driven, and will act to swiftly overcome an obstacle, rather than let it delay. P works to achieve a result.
As predicted, I got very good sleep last night, and I woke up to a wonderful breakfast at the hotel. Since there were only about six of us staying there, the breakfast was huge and we were told to take what we wished for the road.
After breakfast, we walked to the local post office to mail some things home. I seriously went through my gear and placed in a pile all the things that I wanted to have, but didn't really need. I then sent these ...
... that they don’t eat well. I am really starting to enjoy French butter…mmm. The couple of the house were very welcoming, and I appreciated being invited to eat with them.
After breakfast, we began the walk to Issoudun, which sounds like a place hobbits march through on the road to Mordor. It was 10km from Villeneauve-sur-Cher to the closest town, Charost, where we were happily surprised to find a café open on Pentecost. We sipped some tea ...
... 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 ...