Hotel Le Cottage
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... where I had to slow to allow a truck to pass on the single lane bridge) before pitching upwards again, this time on the sunny side of the gorge. Ostensibly there was 5km yet to go before Valmanya where the 'real' climb to the col would begin. I don't know if it was true or just a matter of fatigue and heat, but it seemed the road on that side of the gorge was steeper, and I was ...
... Packed up and car and off we went. Parc Saint Cloud is to the south and a beautiful wooded parkland. Steph had made a delicious quiche, broad bean and chorizo salad and a potato salad. I picked up some baguette on the way which were still warm and a bottle of Charles Heidseck rose to start us off. Cheese and a bottle of rose and sleep time for all of us! It was nearly 6 by the time we got back and a welcome cup of tea before we headed home. Steph ...
... Montparnasse. What makes Paris unique, in my opinion, is not the monuments, museums, and impressive shops. It's the architecture. The homely buildings with grey curved roofs, small brick chimneys, rooftop gardens and picturesque balconies must cost an absolutely fortune to own but it really is my dream to live in one. Manoeuvring the metro in Paris at a rush hour is nothing short of a challenge. After getting locked out of the entry gates and contemplating hopping over one of them as ...
... Baron Rouge at Marche Aligre to replenish our wine supply and feast on delicious brettone oysters and a plate of charcuterie with a couple of cold glasses of vin blanc. The wines are Cote du Rhone and Touraine Blanc, a chenin blanc from the region of our planned stay in the Loire valley.We met a delightful couple, Nicola and Keith from London and made instant friends. We were walking back home and took a detour ...
... the Arc de Triomphe. Another several cross walks I eventually found the underground path to get to the circle in the middle of a huge and crazy round about. I looked at the monument and decided to go with the crowds to the top. 254 steps later was in the top of the tower - a couple dozen more and had views of the city. Old pictures from the early 1950s showed pictures of visitors with none of the railing to keep people from falling - so glad ...