Deltour Hotel Ales
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of paintings in part because there weren’t many (and none by “masters”). I did get really lucky in my visit because there was a three piece orchestra performing in the middle of the building. The place was set up so that I could still view the artwork but I got to listen to the beautiful music as I went. Classical music always seems to stir something inside me and that, coupled with the artwork, made for a visit that was really ...
... France this summer, why not avoid the worst of the coastal crowds and base yourself in the delightful city of Nimes. You can still explore and coast and enjoy time beside and in the Med, but you can also explore history and culture inland, and can find some space to breathe.
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... out outreach will be in South-east Asia (about 2 and a half months).
I have such a good feeling about this upcoming DTS and all of the crazy adventures God has planned for us. I know it will be a time of great refining, learning and growing, and I look forward to all the ways God is going to stretch me in the months to come. I feel so blessed to be able to be here with my beautiful wife, and to be given the opportunity to be ...
... service station. We had eaten a nectarine for breakfast, and pushed on all day with just what water we had with us. We were becoming delirious, proven by our decision to head of the main road to find a campsite. We road through terrain covered in gravel, small bushes, and rubbish, finally finding a sign. We entered and just as quickly wanted to un-enter. There were burnt out cars and rundown caravans hidden by shanty makeshift verandas decorated by a rusty metal junkyard. The ...
... we had finished this breakfast which included the ubiquitous croissant, a very tasty roll, Yeo Valley yoghurt , Wilkinson's jam ,butter,orange juice and a continuous supply of coffee we were alighting at Lille.
We had two hours on Lille station before we could board the train that was going to Marseille,so we found a seat and Carol started on her crosswords and I started on my new book on Kindle ( a very good thriller by ...