Hotel Novotel Bourges
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We spotted a couple of heron's nests in the trees on the islands.
We also saw a great crested Grebe, cormorants and then......... I saw a chestnut coloured 'leaf' in a bare tree by the water's edge, and realised it was a kingfisher!
I had tried to photograph one in Albi in the summer, but it was too quick for me.
I tracked ...
... at about 97%! AND then the rain came, in torrents, all night. We had to resort to the Hobbit, part two and we enjoyed that again. Now in the inevitable MacDonald's as our wifi deal with 3 using a mifi system is not working so Sue on Skype, 45 minutes so far, trying to get help. 3 have set up a deal with France (not sure which company) for a shared use but it is not being shared with ...
... case, but could not be touched. The design was similar to a DNA molecule and speculation is that it was designed by da Vinci.
We learned that Château in french means castle and now the words are interchangeable.
To help us learn about all things french, our guide has been telling us a story of a young couple, Jean and Maire, and their son, Billy Bob. (Funny story there, she asked our group to name the child!) Each day is ...
... we got a slot all right. After dinner, we walked up to see the Cathedral only to discover that it is in a beautiful park where there was music being played in the Bandstand and two temporary dance floors on the grass! What a lovely surprise.
All these people dancing! We had a couple of beers whilst we watched them all. A truly lovely evening.
Again, we had a good sleep and finally awoke to a ...
... 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 ...