Mercure Troyes Centre
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... A6) or La Languedocienne (A9). And I’m not sure what we English have got to do with it any way.
Ahead of me I can see a big flat green field in the middle distance which a tractor has just passed over. There are hills in the far distance and between those and the field, there’s forest and a large building with a tower which I think must be a religious building ...
... the heritage obviously.Apparently lots of fashion outlets here too from high end Paris houses..passed some as we drove in. Only a couple of champagne shops no cellars in this town..you need to travel out to the countryside. Sunday means church visiting so went to one where they were singing a Mass in Gregorian chant..with the acoustics of St Urbino.wonderful..D finds it hard to appreciate any style of religious pursuit! ...
... with area. Let into hotel room which is small but adequate for 2 nights.Town amazingly intact medieval city with lots of French tourists.Football boys in one cafe so must be al local match on.Police did a walk around them as a warning I suspect! Had scratch lunch with beer..croque monsieur with local cheese, tomatoes, mushrooms and salad.Shared as not very hungry. Threatening rain and storms but not cold.Explored church with bending ...
... which peter has been dishing out his indigestion tablets for (I personally blame the chinese in Sezanne) so I really wanted an early stop especially as it's so hot. No choice though so onwards, we pass the Logis hotel in town and sure enough a sign in the window 'ferme pour vacances' it was till early September, only the French would close at their busiest time of year! Could you really imagine a chain hotel - Hilton, Holiday Inn - anywhere in the ...
... but hadn't tried & wrote the address down for us. Had a beer in a bar on the way & the young barman told us where it was. Lucky we were there quite early as by the time we left it was really crowded, who says the French don't like spicy food? It was very good, different than at home, the vegetables were in more of a creamy sauce but the chicken vindaloo & naan were both great. Nice walk back through the pretty streets to the comfy & most importantly quiet ...