Premiere Classe Evreux
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We awoke t be in Avignon and low and behold once again we had a vessel attach to outside our window. River cruising has become so popular that mown the river boats have to moor to each other at times and then the guests walk through the vessel closest to the dock to get to land, the first time this happened it was ,a bit off putting but we have adjusted to it. Avignon also dates back ...
... for us, this was lovely to watch. This town is known for hiding the Jews and Pierre's mother hid a doctor in the ceiling of her kitchen for 2 years and he was never found by the Germans,afterwards he became the family Doctor. Interestingly this town of 4000 people has several doctors 4 of which are physiatrists . Another of the groups visited a guides home that has been in her family since the war,she was able to show the people ...
... like so many cities this is how they were protected. Both these towns are renowned for their worlds famous wines. The entire area is fortunate in having almost ideal conditions for sunshine and rainfall needed to produce such excellent, well-known vintages . We had a taste of some, lucky we can't bring home wine. Other luxuries from this are are chocolate "vairhona", goats cheese, ...
... they were doing. We viewed the actual bed all lined up ,toe to head style ,with the burgundy red velvet curtains as the only privacy .Commodes were used for toilets and there was no bathing facilities. We saw the pharmacy that was attached to this amazing building and an excellent display of the doctors instruments and the pharmacists scales and equipment used to dispense medicines. The whole building had a large ...
... words cannot do justice. It began in 1260 as a franciscan monastery on the site but 3 centuries later the King allowed the monks to build a house, which was the Hermitage. It was inhabited by the brothers until the Revolution of 1789 when it was seized by the State and sold. Several owners enlarged it until in 1900, it was bought by the Wendels an upper class Parisien family who used it as a country cottage. They gradually used it less and less ...