Hotel Club Sun Valley
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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First we had to negotiate ourselves out of the car park and into the Aires car park, which we did with much miming and sign language, our French not being as good as our poor German. Clermont-Ferrand, we discovered, is Michelin tyre city. The head office and an enormous factory were situated just next to our camp spot. Set off by tram into Clemont-Ferrand town to find a dentist to mend my broken tooth. After extremely helpful staff at Tourist Info ...
We are on the (tiny) plane to Clermont-Ferrand, France, and I know immediately we -- as tourists -- are an anomaly here in Auvergne. Passengers are looking at us, smiling, as they hear Robert speaking in English. A man with his family finally asks the provenance of our accents. So begins a month-long conversation with various people of Clermont-Ferrand: "Where is Canada?"; "Why are you here, and not in Paris?"; "I didn't know they spoke French outside of ...
Caleb and I ventured out to catch a game or two of a junior tennis tournament that was starting today. The teenagers were playing on clay courts just like at Rolland Garos (French Open). I went over with Caleb all of the different types of playing surfaces at the four majors in tennis. Close by Caleb approach some teenagers and promptly got us both into ...
Caleb went on an outing with 10 or so other kids to the Museum Le Coq. He learned about minerals, birds and lots more. It was organized by the Sable Show people. Evening time was Sandball for the adults. A guy was wearing a Montreal Canadians T-shirt sober named our team The Canadians!!! Sandball consists of teams if five and you throw a small rubber ball back and forth and shoot on a big net with a goalie. You get one point for a ...
We walked through Le Coq parc and incredibly a soccer match broke out. Christine and I schooled some 8 year olds 5-3 as Caleb was in net. (Raphael and Adrian were the boys). After searching for places to stay in Greece after lunch we all walked over to Kassim's complex to play some table tennis. As we approached we noticed several 18-20 year olds hanging out on the benches and the pong pong table - oh great. Then a cool thing ...