Hotel Du Moulin Du Val De Seugne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... what people say about wine as it is so very, VERY personal – like selecting a fragrance. What I may like, you may not…..well one woman proclaimed (in front of our hosts) the wine dreck! NICE YOU CLOD. Now, it wasn’t the best, and it was young, but dreck? And…in front of our hosts! Stupid American.
After a head nodding ride back to the Ship, we arrived with time to spare before our dinner in Tosca. SO, what to ...
... struck again in the form of one sunbaked bike that had been sitting toasting in the ferry queue for way too long (20 minutes). Toasty Tiger point blank refused to start again! She really was developing a personality now, some would say a little like my own - I knew she would go again, but only when she was good and ready and certainly not in direct sunlight. Luckily there was a slight downward slope towards the boat and the friendly Frenchman directing traffic gave me a ...
... We had a chat then, and a few beers and a lot of laughs that night which lead to a job interview last Friday in London. Turns out Tony is the Chief Financial Officer for the English company, VIP Chalets. At the interview with HR, we were told the chalet they had selected for us,"as your experience and maturity means we won't have to look after you so closely". If you go to http://www.vip-chalets.com/chalets/chal et-poudreuse, you will see ...
... there was a noise deeper in the trees and I made out the shape of a person. I quickly zipped up and went back to the bike, then this short guy with a big gut came sauntering out of the tree line like everything was perfectly normal. I noticed the scooter rider hanging around his scooter, smoking, and watching me very intently - it was starting to freak me out. I could be entirely wrong, but I have a suspicion that this car park - since it's not visible from the road - is used ...
Today we woke up relatively early to be able to leave our campsite in Maubuisson to catch the ferry across from Royan. Catching the ferry took us across a piece of the ocean and saved us a four hour journey to drive around it. The ferry crossing took, about half an hour, and we pulled up just as they were boarding people onto the ferry. After we had crossed over, we got back into our campervan and ...