Hotel Casa Cornel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... up quite a speed due to the slope. They shot out from between the buildings on to the road and into the path of a snowplough. He was killed instantly, the daughter seriously injured, the snow covered in blood and the poor driver committed to a hospital with a complete breakdown. In another part of the Pyrenees, a snowplough was clearing the main road and the driver couldn’t understand why his snow blower wasn’t operating properly. On inspection he found parts of ...
... baby milk, so the 4th emergency service did the shopping on their way back up the hill! As the temperatures have started to rise thanks to sunny days since, we have taken stock of any damage. There is still a huge lump of snow on the front of the house roof and as it melts we watch roof tiles slide to the ground. Once we had managed to dig my car out, we discovered the windscreen had cracked. I’m very glad that it is covered on my insurance as when ...
... had a lot of enquiries from French to rent the place out in the summer, but they expect to pay as little as £350 for 2 weeks for 10 people – I don’t think so! – so have not had any bookings for rental. However, we have had a lot more UK cyclists book, not whole weeks, but catered part weeks, which suits me more. The great thing is the enquiries and subsequent bookings are coming from repeat guests and our own website – there will be costly, ...
... on this month on his way back from Spain and was held up for several hours on the autoroute just outside Toulouse because it was blocked by tractors. The farmers are not happy with changes to the agricultural policy. He made it to the ferry with just 10 minutes to spare! It’s no wonder the French are the laughing stock of Europe. It upsets me to see this amazing country sinking more into recession because they all have tÍtes de bois ...
... stags have just finished rutting too – what an eerie noise that is as it echoes across the valley. Clyde and Dodge continue to catch and eat the ‘rat moles’ that burrow in the field and we have a big wild fruit crop again; rose hips, sloes, holly berries and blackberries. Is this a sign? Not sure, but I have a funny feeling about this winter…..Meanwhile, I’ll continue to enjoy the 27 degrees I am currently writing this in.