Hotel Novotel Bourges
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The stunning beautiful Cathedrale St. Etienne dominates the town with its unusual 5-door entrance and amazing, amazing stained glassed windows.
We had a group dinner at Au Senat Restaurant where we learned it is impolite to place your hands on your lap during dinner, they should always be on the table to show that you do not have a weapon under the table. We were introduced to Kir, a popular cocktail drunk before dinner made ...
... houses and a warren of winding medieval streets. The city has flourished since Roman times. There were Christian Bishops here in the third century AD and their cathedral has an array of ancient stained glass, beautifully restored carvings and massive pillars, ruder even than Durham's. For Lois, it has been the element of delighted surprise that has made this holiday. For me, it's been the return of half forgotten French expressions and ...
... shop, as I bought an additional fleece top and Vik bought a model "knight on a charger."
The Chateau was disappointing and we checked out as planned, and found a nearby motel type place. Both of us wanted a decent shower,( Chateau's was broken) and a few more facilities. Neither of us could understand the Chateau - they had a microwave, a fridge, sink with dishwashing liquid and a frying pan, but no crockery or cutlery! doh! ...
... the lift of the car park.! We eventually got out, and started to go to what we thought was the exit, only to be stopped by a security guard.We didn't realise there were two separate lifts and we had chosen the wrong one - of course!
Once outside, we were astounded to be directly outside the beautiful Bourges cathedral. Will be exploring that tomorrow! As well as the medieval timber town, and the local laundromat!
A really good night's sleep ended with a drizzly morning. It was a day of showers and sunshine with some heavy rain thrown in.
And the sensor light reappeared. Just about the same area as last year, it lit up. We are used to it - it will get done again when we get home, but until then we carry on as normal.
And then the news on twitter and Facebook that the school would be closed ...