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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... s old home "The White House" in Prestatyn and to Colwyn Bay Cemetery (where my Mum's ashes were scattered two years ago). Onto Conwy Castle and the smallest house in Britain. The castle was huge the smallest house was smaller than a single box room with a ladder to the bedroom upstairs. That evening, we met up with our Cousins, The Morris'. We had a really FUN evening and nice to catch up on everyone's news. On the Wednesday ...
... about 5 hours before the pros.
The pass has been used 39 times in the Tour de France, most recently in 2010, which makes it sounds a bit like a national lottery ball.
There are a few tacky cafes and souvenir shops at the top. We stopped for a photo or two then started our descent.
The downhill bit is quite tricky on a tandem. There are lots of steep turns, the right-handers especially are best taken slowly. We stopped in a sports shop and managed to ...
Breakfast in room, walked to train station to see about a trip to Le Cerque, decided not to go, walked to Old Town of Geneva, caught the tram to Plan De Palais, trash & trivia market, then cheese fondue and Vin Chaud (mulled wine) for ...
... for our Christmas Eve celebrations and dinner. As Christmas Eve is a major family night in France we had great trouble finding a restaurant open but at the recommendation of my landlady we managed to get into one of the top restaurants in the region. The Christmas lights in La Clusaz and other villages which were not apparent in daylight became spectacularly alive as we drove up in the black winter's night. On the ...
... afternoon, so if we could get to Geneva, that would be our best bet.
We found out that the train strike in France finished, just before the air traffic strike started, so that was nice of them to not screw up everyone’s travel plans all at once. The trains to Geneva were going, and it would only take 3.5 hours. We bit the bullet and bought our tickets. We got the flights first at £74 each ...