Hotel Kasbah Mohayut
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- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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It took us 2 hours to get there and it was quite a challenge so feel great to have achieved that goal
We left Bhutan this morning with incredibly fond memories and have now flown to Kolkata where we are about to take a city tour.The drive in from the airport gave us an insight as to what to expect but must say the traffic is quite orderly after Dhaka in Bangladesh
Bye for now.
... set off just after 7 and, when we got to the front door of the hotel, we discovered it was raining - the first drops of rain we have seen since a few spits one morning in Rome. So back up to the room, we grabbed our wet weather jackets and headed out again. Most off the outdoor dining areas were packed up so we went into a Tapas Bar and ordered our food. While we were waiting we noticed that the rain was coming down very heavily - but 10 minutes later it had ...
At sea today, which was lovely and relaxing. Travelling from Rome to Corfu, Greece through the Messina Straits and around the bottom of Italy. Went out for a beautiful dinner to celebrate our 29th wedding anniversary and chatted about the triumphs, trials and tribulations of our life together. Where has the time gone, may there be 29 more. ...
Left Barcelona at midnight and at sea all day today. Woke up at 1100am, it was lovely, laid by the pool, went to the the pictures and laid by the pool again. Formal night tonight, so got dressed up and heading off for dinner at 830. Having a wonderful time together ...
... from Avignon to Paris. There were only four of us waiting and still, it took an hour to get the tickets. Finally we were on our way to Fontaine de Vaucluse
It is a charming village at the bottom of tall and stark mountains. The place used to be a favourite resting area for Julius Cesar. There is a narrow river flowing through the town and its water is crystal clear. There was an old castle high in the mountain and, at the end of the town there was an old ...