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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... one on the sinking of the Lusitania called "Dead Wake" is one I think the average person would like. I directly attribute one of my bouts of depression over here to this book as I had just finished reading about the moment where it sunk. The amount of detail he is able to come up with just from reading first hand sources gives me goosebumps. Anyway, they were quick reads. Three to four hours.
Now I’m reading a book ...
... which was part of the old hospital so we decided to visit the. Well worth the visit as it showed how people were treated long ago. The apothecary itself had a lot of the original medicines used in the 17th century.
Returned to the same restaurant as we had used the night before as were so impressed and not disappointed either. Lovely place and very good ...
... br> After settling in we took a stroll to check it out and found we were only about 350 metres from the impressive Chateau in Bauge. after our stroll we had decided on a restaurant which was part of an Auberge de France hotel. It was excellent.
We had passed by Bauge a number of times over the years but as the road towards Le Man bypasses the centre we had never stopped.
... which we were disappointed in especially as there was a new chef.
Left the Campanile Hotel about 9 am. About 370 km and took 6 hours including stops for coffee, toilet breaks and something to eat. Lovely drive and no hold ups even through Poitier, Angouleme and ...
... used to develop the surrounding town.
The importance of the castle diminished, and it was used as a garrison and military training centre. Curiously the Duke of Wellington, later to defeat Napoleon in the Battle of Waterloo, received his training here in Angers, France.
The castle was seriously damaged during the Second World War when a stock of arms inside the castle exploded.
The interior of the castle walls is much less imposing than expected from ...