Le Castel du Mont Boise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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After breakfast, join an exclusive Discovery Series discussion about the activities of the French Resistance in the Rhone Valley during World War II.Mid-morning, you'll come aboard and your France River Cruise continues along the Rhone, passing vineyards, farmhouses, ...
It was always on my list of things to do, having canoed up the Ardeche river as a kid, to return. That holiday has always stayed in my mind, first time abroad and first real memory of not being with my parents whilst away from home. St Georges School, on Sheppey organised this trip every year for its final year children. Myself and Lisa Moss were the only girls who shared a canoe alone- i.e not with ...
... by Toby Keith makes me think of my longest and best friend, Eliza, and so many memories I couldn’t list them all! It does especially trigger the memory of my 21st birthday at Toby Keith’s Bar and Grill in Las Vegas and the comfort of knowing that someone can know everything about me and still love me anyway. We don’t even realize it, as we go through life and hear new songs, that we attach these things to them. For example, last night ...
... the square. As the band played Irish reels, children played street-soccer in front of the stage.
Just prior to leaving Kauai, we had met a French couple at their art store in Koloa Town. They gave us the names of several villages in France to visit for antiques, one of which was Isle-sur-la Sorgue. This village is known for its Sunday Antique Market. Despite ...
... they watched the tour go by later in the day. As Charlie and I chatted at the front on the bikes a new plan was being hatched. Fiona was travelling well and Geoff was going great on the MTB, so we thought, what if we all went up Ventoux at our own pace, meet at the top, and then come back via Malaucene rather than Bedoin which would cut 20kms off the ride. It would be a 100km ride and everyone would get to conquer The Ventoux. A few Kms before Bedoin was a climb to Col ...