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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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... 2 , but as we keep telling ourselves it would take at least twice as long on the little roads and probably end up divorced the amount of times I'd send him the wrong way!!!!! Or as he said, dump me in a carpark in the middle of no where, charming!!! Arrived safe and sound and had set within 10 mins. I wandered off to do some much needed washing, whilst Andy did battle with the ...
Up bright and early 5.30am!! I drove to the ferry without any mishap, booked in and were asked if we wanted an earlier ferry, would have been rude not too. Set sail around 8.15am and sat on the deck with a latte, waving goodbye to the white cliffs of Dover and England. Landed at 10.30am French time, and we were off. Our screen was now covered in gadgets, 2 satnavs, Miss Snooper and our new backup ...
... the turn off to our great pilgrimage but we decided to press on. With the Pyrenees in view and driving past the new home for Conrad Smith and Colin Slade "Pau" we marched on for Biarritz which we made on good time. After checking into the “Le Grand Large” we contacted Maud for our afternoon catch-up. With Maud only living about 10 mins away she meet us at the hotel and then took us on the walking tour of Biarritz. Biarritz is in old Basque country, it is beautiful. ...
... but at least we had something to ski on! As it turns out, there were quite a few people skiing. Perfect conditions for a spring ski, really – mild but still snowy.
The skiing was amazing. Conditions-wise, not perfect (the snow was a little melty and heavy, so it was a little hard to turn at times), but in terms of the environment, ambiance, and weather, it was perfect. We had to pinch ourselves a few times when that "wait…we’re ...
... way around?
At the Vieux-Marche (the ancient market), where Joan of Arc was burned, stands a modern church, Eglise Jeanne d’Arc, designed to represent the flames of her burning. Inside the church, the stained-glass window was originally part of an older church occupying the site that was heavily damaged by bombing in 1944. A memorial cross marks the location of the pyre.