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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... leaving that they seemed to catchup just as our coach was leaving, a little late though. We then had a couple of hours drive to Avignon, the home of the papacy during the 13th century. As we arrived we saw the Pont d' Avignon, a bridge that fell down halfway across and was never rebuilt. We walked up to the top of Avignon and saw the papal palace, the church, and the papal finance building. We continued for another 70 metres and were set free to look around, shop and ...
Hi everyone. Hope you are all well. We have been having a wonderful time and it has taken me a bit longer than planned to send a message....so here is a long one! We arrived in London after a super easy journey. Stella was fascinated by the flight. That we flew higher than the clouds, that it was night time for a long time, that someone brought our food and we didn't even need to get out of our seats for it......
... About 30 mins away. I had the deep fried aubergine and the sea bream. And a yummy cocktail with pineapple and dragon fruit called 69- soixante neuf Then we walked to the beach (painful pebbles) and had some drinks whilst waiting for the fireworks- which were a little far away. Water was beautiful and warm :) Back to hotel (rooming with Alana and Sheree from NZ, each had our own double ...
... Out. It was about a photographer (former graffiti artist) who won a contest. He decided he wanted to have people take portraits of ordinary people and have them send it to him. Then he would make billboards of these pics. They were asked to put these picture billboards up in their towns. The film was about how this transformed people. One Native American family had lost their son to a suicide. The father said he hadn’t been able to ...
... buildings and lots of vin (wine) caves and cellar doors. We continued our drive on the scenic route through the vineyards, and stopped briefly in another little town called Meursault. It was perched on a hill and surrounded by chateaus and very opulent looking houses. There were grape vines as far as the eye could see. They even had grape vines in their front yards, and on the roundabouts! The farmers were all out working on ...