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It's always a great experience for an explorer like us, to visit places that we previously knew.

This hotel is not really far away from where i live. When i was young, we usually went here on the lasts sundays of autumn for a walk... Surroundings are really beautiful and this small town is really charming. In the middle of it, this massive and luxiourious hotel / restaurant.

Time flies, and this place getting really outdated... This place is now closed for 3 years, but we saw inside that he will be open again in few months.

Enjoy ! :)
























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