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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... family. Well it sort of stopped, just a few spots, so had a lovely walk along the river. Then left Tess with Pierre whilst we walked back into the city. Found a Bergere de France shop (any knitter will know this) and bought some bargain wool, just to add to my stash, so must find time to get finish my jumper! After getting caught in a hail storm on the way back bumped into the people next door who said 'demain soleil" sun ...
... understood I wouldn't be a regular at Le Cheveu d'Ange, which she was probably quite grateful for. It turned out ok though, not quite as I usually have it but it looked okay and Phil liked it very much. Whilst I was gone Phil was feeling much better and decided to look at the solar panel, as the battery was low. This meant having to poke his head out of the skylight in the bedroom and seeing it was quite dusty, thought he'd wash it. So next he took a small bowl ...
... me one similar!!!!! We then pottered back to Pierre and by now the sun was lovely and warm so sat outside for coffee and pastries, never thought we'd enjoy sitting in a car park so much. After lunch took Tess for her booster with fingers crossed the vet spoke more English than the receptionist. Fortunately he did, he spoke beautiful English put us to shame. After ringing Cornwall to check exactly what our vet had given ...
... of the gears to get us safely down, which is just as well as I would have warn the breaks out. Arrived at Florac and what a charming place this is, they have got everything you could need and we parked in the free camping car parking, €2 for water and has the most amazing views. We popped into town for bread & fruit and quick look around. Found the T Info office and discovered this place has some history, that we will discover this afternoon ...
... Gorges du Tarn were often smooth, wide (for a change) and few campervans. At Rimeize our accommodation is on a working farm, including hissing geese. Yes we have a big double room & a big bathroom and a perfectly comfortable dining area, but the town is 4kms away. A delightful change to the town-based hotels and apartments we've had so ...