Center Parcs Le Lac d'Ailette
Travel Blogs from Chamouille
... The Abbey of Hautvillers, including its vineyards, was destroyed in 1560 during the War of Religion between the Huguenots and Catholics. This was followed by conflicts during the Thirty Year War and the Fronde Civil War ...
Moored up not far from the Norte-Dame Cathedral. It's where 25 kings were crowned. A sight to be hold! To see the Smiling Angel starring down on you with a shy expression! The other remarkable sight was the Mars gate and is the only ...
The sun was shining, the car purring along the Autobahns … and I was trying to hatch a plan to factor in some shopping opportunities!
After a delightful couple of nights at the Aires in Bad Walsee, which provided a great opportunity for a long, long spa, an afternoon libation or two accompanied by some fantastic Oom-pa music, I twisted Ramo's driving arm to stop off at Metzingen and Wertheim, both Outlet Villages. The plans went awry as I have travelled ...
... to interest the boys. General Eisenhower of the US army was instrumental in the surrender but could not be present in the room at the signing of documents as there was no counterpart of similar rank from the German side. Having found the recommended restaurant was closed for refurbishment (!) and being too tired to walk too far, we ended up at a creperie for dinner and everyone enjoyed galettes for main and sweet crepes for pud along with some regional cidre - gout ...
... at the French war cemetery. Isi and John stowed the shopping. We had already bought today’s food and it could have been for a BBQ but the black clouds came over so in the end it was cooked indoors. The rain then came quite heavy with an odd bit of thunder but nothing like last night. After dinner we played Rummikub and scored properly and John won. Quite a bit of wine was drunk so it was a very good ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed