Auberge de L'Etang Bleu
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge de L'Etang Bleu Vieux-Mareuil
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... once a mosque & dozens of arches cover the area which was the mosque, with the main part of the cathedral in the middle. I walked to the newer part of town & into Jardines de la Victoria. I went through the Alcazar de los Royes Christianos & its gardens. I also went to the synagogue & through the Spanish Inquisition Museum. It had displays of various torture tools that were used during that period & I found it hard to understand how man could be so cruel ...
... to report that not only are they noisy but they are not particularly attractive. I also got a very good view of a snake which was a bit of a surprise. I had taken Treacle for a walk and had paused whilst she did a poo. While waiting for her I glanced down at the floor and within a few inches of my sandalled foot was a snake! At first I thought it might be dead but then it lifted its head and I could see its tongue flicking in and out. It was very pretty, being ...
... close to boiling. So, we ate cold sandwiches and cake. I was very disappointed that I had wasted money and time trying to cook. Seriously, this place should not be allowed to advertise that they have a kitchen. Even though the refuge left a lot to be desired, the company was good. I am glad to be sharing the road with my two new companions who are a lot of fun.
The refuge was full, and three pilgrims were sent to sleep in the city hall. I was in a very small room ...
... vinegar. The next course was my absolute favorite dish (one I have often made at home) of seasoned potatoes and mushrooms in butter. After that we were served salad and the cheese course with bread. For dessert, we had apple tart with a cup of strawberries and cream. Then, of course, we finished with a tisane. Oh, it was so delicious, and I made sure to complement our hostess’s cooking, who was modest and claimed that it was nothing. It wasn’t nothing; it was wonderful.
... The domes are all of equal size, 13 meters in diameter and are supported by pillars that are 6 meters on each side. The large domes give the space a very open feeling. There are also some lovely chandeliers that are apparently the same ones that hung in Notre Dame of Paris in honor of Napoleon III’s wedding. The altarpiece is a huge 17th century Baroque monstrosity, and I mean that in a good way. It is absolutely as over-decorated and ...