Chateau la Caniere
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... the whole time! 10/06 After a extremely warm night, (it started cooling down after 3 am) we came down to find a beautiful breakfast with a self baked brioche by Mylene who always gets up around 6 in the morning ..... After breakfast they had to go and do some shopping so they dropped us in the middle of the small town, we would visit the sites and walk back as they lived on the other side of the river 20 min walking. We enjoyed walking through this small, clean town ...
... The office of course was now shut for the day resulting in us staying the night at a rather precarious angle. Oh the embarrassment. I had visions of us sinking further overnight and toppling right over. Mistake number 3 – do not park on a grass pitch in the pouring rain! And if you have no choice keep your driving wheels on solid ground.
Morning came and I went to the office as soon as it opened only to be told that as it ...
Paul is learning his lessons it seems - albeit the hard way.
He finally remembered to put the rain cover on the bike before it got wet.
So it was with some optimism that he approached the Vespa this morning under the full gaze of the smokers who witnessed yesterday's debacle.
Against a hostile backdrop of giggling and pointing he strode to the vehicle and plunged his foot down on to the kickstart.
No luck, a second kick produced a ...
... keen to chat. He told me he was from Libya. My whole life suddenly flashed before my eyes and stopped at the bit where the last Libyan man had been addressing my beauty. This guy didn't seem as full-on, but I was still feeling a bit uncomfortable, so I wasn't sorry to arrive at the shop I wanted to duck into. "Have a good afternoon," I said, "I have to go into the shop."
"Me too," was his convincing reply. Yeah. Right. If he had gazed lovingly into my eyes at ...
... at first, because of course I've never heard a woman give a sermon before. Also, I kept forgetting that she wasn't speaking her own words, so when she mention her wife, I did feel some confusion until I remembered what was happening. I liked it though. I've also had the opportunity to hear a prayer interpreted from English to French. Rather than simultaneous, this was consecutive which means that there was a pause after every few words for the interpreter to fill in.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet