Le Puits Dore
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it’s the third time I’ve tried to read it. It’s not a light read. I’m about 8 hours into it and only half done. In parts I feel like it’s trying too hard. It is historical fiction and about a time that I know little about so I find it interesting. It interplays French, English, German, and Dutch history so it’s discussing things that I’m seeing right now.
I always start out ...
... So in I plunged and quickly found that there were just clothes. Then I noticed it was two levels so down I went into the basement. I swear there should have been lights and music because down below was a whole grocery store!! My excitement was tempered by my realization that I have no microwave or fridge but I still found enough stuff for lunch, dinner, and breakfast tomorrow. If you want a bag here you have to pay for it so I did my best to stuff everything into my shoulder bag. ...
... style but the romantic style with a curved ceiling. What was really unique though, was that it still had a lot of the frescos left intact (pic 3). So much so that you could see bits and pieces over all the walls and columns. It must have been quite beautiful and ornate when it was new.
From there I went to the Church of Notre Dame la Grande which wasn’t very grand at all. Inside it had some pretty stained glass and was very pretty architecture ...
... 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 ...
... Two huge stone towers guard the entrance to the port. On the left is Tour de Saint Nicholas which was a military installation and on the right was Tour de Chaine in which a captain and his family resided to ensure a chain was winched taut each night to prevent unwanted ships from entering. We are talking about the 15th Century. A third tower, Tour de la Lanterne, is the oldest lighthouse on the coastline and has also served as a prison in ...