Ibis Nuits Saint Georges
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... on the list, drying them will be difficult as the rack is quite small but we are improvising!
Parking is great here - you can park for free up until 2pm then you must pay but if you haven't paid and leave your lights on the parking warden will know you are only there for a few moments and won't give you a ticket - wouldn't this be nice.
... The toll revenue seems to be put to good use as the roads are well-signed, the surfaces are well-maintained, and there's the fact that France can support so many highways, which means almost no congestion. Our destination today had two purposes: to break up the long drive to Provence, France's Mediterranean province, and to explore one of France's best wine regions, Burgundy. The best wines in Burgundy (Bourgone in French) come from an area called Le Grand Crus, a mere 60km ...
... by Carissa to a view of our nocturnal visitor flying in circles around the fan. We needed a miracle for this to end without waking up the entire household, the kids or getting rabies.
And just as I was thinking that, it happened. The bat vanished. But not out of the window. Apparently his radar had gotten the better of him, and he had flown into a wall in a little nook in the room where there was a washbasin, probably hit the wall. We looked ...
... outside our entrance with flashing blue lights! Four firemen jumped out with breathing equipment but luckily went next door; we checked the flat thoroughly just in case. More research from the gingembre professeur and were off again (double checking the oven, hob and any other possible sources of ignition before we left). Kate always likes to offer me a carrot on these occasions; in this case the promise of the best macaroons in town!! Our usual 'late' siesta later and we ...
... would not smell any more because we had let it air out. I went into the bathroom determinedly, took a large breath of air and began to gag and throw up in my mouth. At this point the whole situation seemed hilariously bad, and so we started to laugh uncontrollably (you know, where you start to cry and your stomach hurts a lot)...especially when we started to discuss how to ask the reception staff in French for a new room ("Excusez- moi Monsiour, Je suis désolé but ...