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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
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... night it was much colder but we were snug as bugs under our new king size duvet that we bought from IKEA last month.
After eating our last two bananas we will set off for the shops and home, hoping that when we get home our big ginger cat will have returned. For those who don't know, she went missing the same night we had a midnight visit from two of our neighbour's big dogs and we've seen no sign of her since.
We stopped for lunch in the car park of Intermarché at ...
We were to set off for Rennes today and then make our way to Villers-sur-Mer tomorrow. Instead I stayed at home and Mike went to Rennes himself. He spent the night in the camping car locked in the car park of ADS Loisir. We were to have a Gaslow tank fitted on the Friday morning.
I stayed home because our big Ginger cat had gone missing and was hoping she would return but she ...
DAY EIGHT - SATURDAY Today we said goodbye to Cath and Mal (or Al, not sure which), they were continuing with their holiday. Mike tried to fix the solar panel but even with the new regulator it still wasn't charging the batteries. We left for home and just as we arrived Pete and Lorna turned up to check on the sheep as they had misbehaved themselves the day before, getting heads stuck in fences and jumping fences. Here endeth these ...
... in an authentic Parisian restaurant followed by a beautiful evening cruise along the Seine River and a visit to Montmarte. Our final day featured a trip to the incredible Versailles Palace, home of Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette. A lovely walk by Notre Dame Cathedral, and of course, some shopping for Peg. An amazing city! Now we're catching the very fast 300 km/ hour TGV train to Arras & the war memorials in northern France. Really looking forward to this. Bill & ...
... time ever were one of the first to drive on, parking with the lorries at the front of the boat. On board we had a cabin with a sea view, dumped our stuff then got tea's and found a nice table at the back of the boat and sat there watching the boat get ready to go and then leave five minutes early at 2.40pm. The crossing was very smooth, the girls watched a film and Ollie and I chilled out in the cabin, seeing as the ashes were on, I listened ...