L'Azur Hotel Restaurant
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TravelPod Member ReviewsL'Azur Hotel Restaurant Saint Junien
Friendly staff, expensive beer! Rooms OK Food good for the price. Some traffic noise
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... Very nice coffee and a small beer for me, less than €5.00, what a treat. Tess seems a lot better and is still picking up sticks!!! But she will never chase one again, only balls from now on. Lunch back at Pierre and time to pack up ready for the off ...
... large village and the aires is only about 150 metres from everything, so we are all set for Sunday. It was also very nice to be chauffeured in their new Merc limo, very nice and we were able to experience the multicoloured ambient internal lighting, honestly its got everything. (But no cocktail ...
We were off early today to get to the Vets in Limoges for just after 9am. Well, Tess seems to be on the way to a full recovery, after another night, endoscope, a scan and drugs, this is more than can be said for our bank balance, which could Firstdo with a steroid injection as well, but there you go. Tess has slept most of the day, in the tightest corner, but did manage to wag her tail, so she's almost there. Cup of tea for 2, is all we can ...
... Limoges for a scan if she was up to it in the morning! We arrived at the vets early, to find she was sitting up and desperate to leave, we were told to still take her to Limoges but for an endoscopy as she had pain in her throat and he didn't have the facilities there. So here we are in Nuiel after dropping Tess off and ringing to see how the procedure went. She has no holes in her ...
... turning round to watch - as you are running in the opposite direction!
But just because the French are generally polite, it doesn't mean that their driving habits are always understandable or easy to put up with.
French roads outside of towns and villages, come in two forms. Either straight and reasonably wide for miles and miles and miles followed by a bend onto another straight, or narrow and windy for miles and miles and miles. In both cases, the ...