De La Gloire
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was sunny and warm, we lay down by the riverbank, snoozing and relaxing, before enjoying some cold beers in the courtyard of our hotel. We've had a couple of games of Crowns, over the past few days, too. It's a bit reminisce of our Coast to Coast walk. These smaller towns are far nicer than the bigger cities, but our days and kms are a bit determined by the availability of accommodation. We are loving every bit of this trip. (Except for getting lost of ...
the kitchen goes on unabated.
Despite the precision of placement of all the utensils and the attention
to meaningless details
drilled down from Sybil to
daughter, the random and dull colours make it look dishevelled. There
are some glass panels giving a
view to the garden. The far end of the garden has a rustic order about it.
... and total block out blind.
A pair of velocipedes on the back and a boxing kangaroo in the back window.
Then there’s the man cave - underneath about
one third of the area is a storage area. Full of stuff from snow chains to an air compressor
and tools ranging from a multimeter to a
hacksaw and spanners to a pop rivet gun.
... the Tour de France (TdF) from day six onwards. We've so far enjoyed each stage of Le Tour (usually just the last hour or so) from the comfort of our hotel room or a local bar. It's weird being able to watch the race in the late afternoon rather than in the middle of the night. It's much easier to stay awake. We can also see instantly how we are fairing in the SBS Fantasy Tour league (a competition that SBS runs during the TdF) and I'm ...
Monday was funny but inevitable. I woke up, ate breakfast, then went back to my room. I basically just lay in bed all day otherwise doing this and that around the house and near by shops. I think that i peaked in my climbing last Friday and my body is now in need in for some dire rest. I generally felt just really tired. I figured a day of rest was something i couldn't avoid. I had been climbing almost every single day for three ...