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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We are settled in our cute apartment and after another sleep in we arose at 9am to face another day. I have not previously mentioned the weather, it has been nothing other than beautiful ,just like Spring days in Sydney. Ken sitting outside on balcony enjoying a glass of wine at 5.30 in tee shirt. We have been truly blessed with sunny days and no wind at this stage. We enjoyed a coffee and croissant for breakfast and set off again for a full day of walking Around ...
... compron pas? (I don't understand you. I'll get someone else.)
Attendant 2: What is your problem?
Me: I have no ticket and I need to get out.
A2: You are at the entrance. You need to go to the exit and put your ticket in there.
Me: I have no ticket.
A2: Where is your ticket?
Me: The machines at the exit took my ticket when my credit cards wouldn't' work.
A2: You need a ticket.
Me: I know, I ...
... fit half as many people into the space where we were. If there was 10cm between tables we would have been lucky. They gave us l'addition for the table next to us by accident so we joked in broken English and French about who would pay for it. Lovely old French couple. We then spent the evening watching the Vicar of Dibley on Youtube, as all the television is in French, and kept pointing out what we had seen when we were in Turville a couple of weeks ...
... eating. Yes, it was crowded, but the service here was really horrible...I hate when I see people who arrived after me getting served before me...grrrrr. I got a bus the next morning to the Marseille airport, and everything went smooth. I felt bad for those flying Air France, as they were in the midst of a strike and all flights were canceled, leading to some very unhappy faces at the airport.
So after all this writing, I guess it seems like ...
... that add to its charm and character. The streets of the old town are very narrow and one way and are restricted to cars by automatic bollards controlled by a permit card. We had lunch in a street cafe and then visited Paul Cesan's studio and garden. Had a number of similarities to Hans Heysens studio at Hahndorf. We then returned to our hotel on the way stopping off at the biggest Supermarche that we have ever seen. The GPS caused us a real pain in returning to our ...