Auberge Le Pigeonnier
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... raising sounds from Ferrari V12s at full song. No more ground shaking rumble of 26 V10s revving up to be unleashed as the lights go out at the start line.
yes F1 is different this year. Fortunately we were treated to vintage F1 cars in the Masters series including some Williams Fords from the 70s, a McLaren, Andretti's black Lotus, a Shadow, even a Wolf and a Hill, all driven by gentleman racers careful not to harm the precious metal, yes metal, no carbon fibre ...
... and packed our bags as we both leave the hostel tomorrow. Currently sitting in the basement showing each other photos. I'm going to miss Mel! Such easy conversation (in French!) and we've laughed a lot... She'll still be here when I return so we're thinking of taking a trip together. Helping her move in tomorrow before my train. A real gem! Alors, à demain which is Canada Day and I'll move to Québec ...
... every year but one since the 1995 race. Except for 2009 when there was no race. We now have it down to an art. We have become good friends with our seat mates in KK 1 and 2 who speak English as well as we speak French. It makes for funny conversations, and we have watched the young boy grow to be a young man over the years we have shared seats in gradin 33.
Unbeknown to us at the time, tragically a corner worked was killed at the conclusion of the ...
... woman who was processing the bag asked to see my visa. I explained that I have a 'Subclass 601 ETA', which is an 'electronic' visa. It is bound to my passport so that when the Australian Immigration folks scan my passport, they are able to see it. That being said, there is no paper visa that I am able to show to anyone else. For a brief period, it looked like they were not going to let me board the plane, as the airline would be fined ...
... the road. Later put all our warm gear on, and walk
down to shops at Atwater.
We’re happy to
find that we’re not too cold in our gear, and we don’t stand out –everyone is
dressed in similar type gear. We bought
two down coats from the US over the internet before we left home – had one
delivered to Australia and one forwarded to Adam’s place. No-one looks very happy walking around
outside, and lots ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed