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... heads and won’t change.
I pay a total of 6 different taxes; tax on my personal income with only a 7000€ allowance, income tax on my business of 14.1% but without the ability to offset any costs, habitation tax which includes my TV licence, council tax, a holiday tax for each person who stays here at 0.34€ per person per night and a new local annual business tax of 200+€. Three of those are fixed regardless of ...
... 8217;s good money and cannot be turned down as we have had a slightly less successful year than last year and all costs here in France have gone up considerably. Our adoptive country is having a bit of an economic melt down, which we hope ride out as the British economy continues to improve and our guest dynamics change. Our first summer saw a healthy side of the road B & B business with an even mixture of French, German and British. This year we have had ...
We came across Saint Sulpice sure Léze at lunch time. Splitting the vehicles, we drove into the partly medieval town, to find a wonderful green centre with a more modern Mairie. The sky is blue, the birds are singing and the fields, whether ploughed or not look wonderful. The aire was by the river - with another weir. Oh so ...
... see the change. I am glad he has
gone back home as they have now knocked down the stone wall and will be
installing lots of glass. Shame really and an awful waste of money. Meanwhile
Stefan has nearly finished the Bergerie
for an approximate cost of 3,500€ and a value of 60,000€. It’s not perfect, but
will make an excellent garage and workshop. It would be nice to have the MG
here and be able to drive her up Tourmalet!
... we are still somewhat involved in similar inter-faith battles today). The castle is not as well preserved as the fortress we'd visited in Jaca but was most impressive even if we couldn't get great detail from the wholly Spanish signage. We located the Mayor and enjoyed a coffee and snack (despite service from seemingly disinterested staff - some may think as a Paradorian my newly found expectations of high standards have become a little precious, but this would be untrue. ...