Hotel du Commerce
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... was a massive shock is an understatement. I never think about my dad as getting ill or being unhealthy. Apart from the fact that he looks about 30 years old and I am sure he has made a deal with the devil to remain youthful, he seems to have so much energy all the time. So to hear he had had a heart attack was horrible. So after phoning everyone and worrying most of the evening and the girls breaking down in tears on the phone too ...
... bends and even the cars behind, stayed behind!! and once again some breath taking views. We are living in a car park again tonight in Mende a medieval town, next to a river and the town is a very short walk away. We discovered it has some wonderful original alley ways and that you could almost shake hands with your neighbours from their bedroom windows opposite. We also visited a large but quite gloomy Cathedral, due ...
... 163;1.50! (Not the cause of Phil's migraine) As I walked back I saw a hairdressers and thought, well got to have my hair cut or be a real hippy. So went in forgetting they use a 24 hour clock here and got a bit muddled about the time, but got there in the end 14.30. So fingers crossed I can make them understand and not come out completely scalped. Returned to find Phil still in bed asleep, so wrote a few postcards and took Tess to the Park, but it was a bit too ...
... crossed she'll be ok until we get home as she needs blood tests etc. So back to Pierre for a G&T to get over the cost! This time the dog behind the gates came to say hello to Tess and probably would have come out to play with her as he seemed to think 'friend' as he'd seen her so much! Tomorrow the much anticipated walk around the village, following the Florac guide map and looking forward to another lovely day we ...
... We were rewarded with our road side pitch, with a very special sun rise, which made the mountain look quite magical. I managed to find a few more Chestnuts and have about a kilo. We set off quite steadily as the roads are quite narrow and as we would soon discover very twisty turny, some were so tight they appeared as just a blob on the Sat Nav and we had to go on the wrong side of the road to get round. Pierre is very clever though and he ...