Hotel Restaurant Marmotte
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... 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.
... in the 1950’s, then partially restored in the 1990’s. During the 1990’s restoration, they uncovered sarcophaguses from the 10th century with jewelry and burial pots that they sent to the Louvre. They also discovered a magnificent fresco of the benevolent Christ. When the church had first been built, the homes of the local farmers were 2-3km away, but during the Hundred Years War, they began to fortify the church with walls. As the ...
... the days before. This is ********* my companions that it is on me, being that I am their junior by 40 years.
From Charost, we walked through Saint-Georges-sur-Arnon where we had a picnic lunch. My day old rice was about as delicious as day old rice sounds. This was certainly not the meal I had yesterday!
The walk today followed farm roads, and I just can’t stop marveling at the beauty of the poppies, which are by far my favorite wild ...
... 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 ...
... from the other towns that I have seen so far in France. The style is known as Columbage, and it just has this old world feel. It was like being at the Renaissance festival, except that all the people on the street were dressed very stylishly in modern clothing. My companions and I stopped at a café in the town center and shared tea while marveling at the city sights.
We had decided not to stay at a hotel, but in a private home with a local family. ...