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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
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... pictures were amazing, and the video was such an experience, even if we had to read the english subtitles!We wandered out with a different view on the coastline and after jumping back in the car we randomly happened to pass by the headquarters building of that area of the Atlantic wall! Such an amazing bunker (now located in the middle of houses) and with a genuine landing craft and other equipment there we would have loved to stop and ...
... in days though :( Double whammy poo, Bella too. Had a lovely meal in the restaurant, nuggets for them, burgers for us. Ben was a little too hyper though so we didn't stay for dessert. Had a bit of a weary play before putting a film on outside the tent but we were all shattered. Bella went off quite easily about 10, the rest of us shortly after. Got a bit nippy though and had to delve into the suitcase for proper pjs and jeans. ...
... children in the water. Site is gorgeous - the bar area extends onto a lawn with more tables and a humongous canapé / dead posh! And a proper restaurant with full menu. We sat down to have a beer and ended up getting pizza and chips to take back to the tent. Much more chilled out night tonight. One more day then we're really on ...
... on the lawn of our hotel. Into the dip, 90 mph up the hill and start lining up for the Mulsanne turn, 90 degrees and onto the furthest section heading for Arnage some 2 km away.
Normally this is a flat out section but I was still very aware of just how slippery it was, at the fasted point there is a slight flex to the right, I lifted the throttle, survival was definitely the right choice today. Slow down into Arnage corner, find space and the ...
... to be seen, out with the iPhone in with the address, bit of guess work and off we went. What you need to know is that as we were driving the police were closing the circuit forcing cars and vans onto ever smaller roads. The iPhone did not know this of course so we just headed in the general direction we thought we should go and waited for it to offer a plan.
After about 45 minutes we arrived in Malicorne and parked up by the old now partly restored Mill, ...