Hotel Les Pailhes
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... more like Italy than the France we'd driven through so far. We had been told that a lot of the supermarkets had washing machines in their entrances (clothes wash whilst you shop). So we stopped at a hypermarket on the way, no sign of any machines, so got the shopping and had lunch. As we were leaving, across the road in the petrol station, were a row ...
... came out of a French play. He has a mop of curly hair, little round glasses, a striped Breton top and trousers rolled up above his ankles. He is a gentle soul, who caresses every item of food, and exudes an aura of calm. He speaks almost no English. I of course speak almost no French, however, I do speak food. I speak food surprisingly well. In fact, I speak food so well that I am capable of translating Roberrrrr's instructions for the rest of ...
... through and there is a path but at the end a wire fence! Ok we really don't want to go all the way back but as we look across the vines can see a road in the distance, off we go across rough ground with prickly thistles and eventually come to the road and when we follow it round it amazingly brings us to the crowded banks of the famous Bezier locks on the Canal du Midi! So now we can follow the canal path into Bezier itself and on the road to Roubia - ...
... the contents of Elvis rearranged themselves as I came to a halt. I had no wish to squash him. We have no idea what it was all about but after Clive wound down the window and and mentioned "Je suis Anglaise's", the nice young man stepped out the way and I gunned Elvis up,the hill and away. We spent the next 10 miles trying to work out what on earth it was all about. I came up with the idea that they were MTB-ers protesting about Wolves being realised into their forest that they have ...
... dream like place, Disney World or Hollywood comes to France. Inside was like a stage set taken over by hundreds of tourists.
The horrid cycle back then to the hotel down the dual carriage way - the worst bits are where there are exits off - major ones onto the motorway so fast moving traffic - and you have to cycle over the exit lane in order to go straight on. Also there is no exit for the Formula 1 hotel as ...