Hotel Le Faucigny
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Wales and England - AMAZING. We arrived on Friday 16th October. We launched straight into sightseeing mode and went directly to the Roman Baths in Bath. What a groovy town Bath is. The next day was the Dr Who Experience in Cardiff. This probably rated as James' most favourite tourist attraction. That afternoon Paul and James went to the Semi Final of New Zealand v France. Our country v The Country we live in. The rest is history. ...
... time. Next week, we have 6 McLeod's coming to visit and we are very excited. THEN, we are off on school holidays. We start with the RWC game in Cardiff (which we are overjoyed to be attending). Following this, we have a super holiday planned with loads of family time with relatives and great adventures for James, Paul and I. Once we return from the UK, it will be only a handful of weeks before Queen Mary and Princess Jenny arrive from New Zealand to stay. ...
... reminds me of a by-gone student flat, where the washing machine use to double as additional storage. The cooktop (LPG gas) has two heats: ‘after burner’, and off. It’s darn near impossible to balance the delicate heat requirements of a risotto and the thermal urges of this cooktop.The saving grace of the kitchen has to be the oven. While small and compact, this thing will cook food perfectly, from a slow cooked casserole to ...
... an impressive operation in Passy, dedicated to offering the very best in produce and fine food, while quietly separating you from your Euro. The fruit and vegetables are continually misted , to enhance their freshness and appearance, with such variety of goods that defies belief. The artisan area of preserves and confectionary is hard to walk past without slipping something into your basket. It is a statement to the art of modern food retailing, yet somehow ...
... perfect action, with high elbows and an efficient catch that saw him swim at a ridiculously low cadence yet power past us all.
By now Mum (with high cut togs) was getting sick and tired of the lane hoggers. First to go was the back stroker, who appeared to get racked like a Prop at the bottom of a King Country ruck. He soon skittled off to another lane, nursing his wounds and looking for visible signs of blood. The slowest breast stroker soon realised that ...