Hotel Les Pleiades
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
- Room service
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... Yi Ching's house, had lunch and then headed off on a sight seeing trip to Yorkshire. Drove an hour and a half to Bolton Abbey - an old Abbey mostly in ruins now. But they have restored a part and that's the church. There were black faced sheep grazing on the land around the Abbey and they were quite friendly. There was an old graveyard next to the Abbey with many old and recent graves. Then we drove on to an area called The Cow and the Calf Hill. So called because there is ...
... she said a prayer for Papa. None of the other candles had the aurora. Mom saw it, too, so I wasn't imagining it. In every church we go to, every candle she lights for Papa has the extra aurora to it. She believes it is Papa's presence there creating it. We have also been leaving Michele's Milagros around churches we love. While walking around aimlessly, we decided to enter a random church we ...
... our first concert of the tour. The coaches take us all to the Eiffel Tower. Unfortunately there is a protest happening and the tower is all closed off and we can't get very close. It also means that the family members who are meeting us there are stuck on one side of the tower and we are on the other side. We manage to work it all out. It was a pity that people who hadn't been there before didn't get to see it up close ... That afternoon we had ...
... see!?!? Well, to really see everything in Paris i think you
would need a couple of months. Places like the louvre would take days even
weeks to get through but it does make art interesting. We hired little Nintendo
DS consoles to give us a guided tour through the famous museum and getting all
the little back stories really adds to the experience but i still don’t get why
the Mona Lisa is as famous as it is!!
The Arc ...
... owned by Copabella Sport horses and originally
imported by Vicki Roycroft). So good to see an Aussie owned stallion getting a
look in at an international auction.
On the general day to day stable life I was left on my own
for 4 days as Bapstiste, Edouard and their grooms Manu and Clara went to a show
in Normandy. Having to muck out and do everything alone gives you a real
appreciation of the hard work that goes on at these places ...