Hotel Le Lion D'Or
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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Travel Blogs from Mende
... rain and was very surprised to find 8 very large hanging tapestries, which in their day, must have have looked stunning. We decided to have another stab at "plat de Jour" and struck lucky in a cafe that had not changed since about the turn of the century and had fillet of chicken with mushrooms and Pomme de terre, plus a jug of wine for Jayne(I kid you not) and a small draught beer for me and 2 coffees to follow, ...
... her (although she wouldn't leave her huge stick behind). Phil was up when I got back so had a quick lunch as he was feeling marginally better. Arriving at the hairdressers, looked very much like the usual hairdressers, realised nobody spoke but a few words of English!! Help! So lots of hand signs and "plus court ici" (hairdresser) and "not plus court ici" (me) short here, we sort of understood each other! Surprise, surprise, there wasn't the usual small talk, I ...
... just sat and looked, bet he thought not them again! Had a cuppa and checked out the gas connection as next bottle will be French and of course will need different fittings. Then back to the vets. After the X-ray and more diagrams drawn, it was decided that yes her heart was rather large, but beating normally. So we now have to monitor her when she's calm ( if you know Tess,you will know this is only during the evening). ...
Well, would you believe it? Our £1.00 ariel came into its own again last night and we picked up 67 channels, 1 of which was in English and we watched a couple of episodes of House MD, back to back, with Hugh Laurie, but judging by his skills as a MD, if you First went in with a cough, you would end up needing a liver and heart transplant!!! However, it was nice to watch TV in English. We retired early at 9pm and slept well. Not much traffic during ...
A 463 km day - It is always hard leaving, but leaving a place that you feel so at home with and have had so many meaningful experiences over the past twenty seven years (wild hiking, mountain biking heaven, travel, trans Pyrenees by bike, Etape - Tour De France, hiking, and motorcycling)? Is even more difficult. However it's not the first time I have had to face this dilemma and focussing on the next stage of my trip and special holiday with Liz soon got ...