Ibis Perigueux Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Forgot about the cockerel! 2.30am surely he doesn't need to wake his girls up in the middle of the night? Only here for two nights this time. After breakfast I decided that the hair on the top of Phil's head had to be shorter. The hairdresser had got the no. 2 grade out on the sides when he was there, but not the top. He wanted to wait until we were able to get some proper trimmers, but I said that the nail scissors would be fine for his little bit. So after a bit ...
Last day at Le Paradis. Karin and Ad, our Dutch friends leaving today to return to Holland having been at Le Paradis for three weeks. Final visit to Saint Genies market in the morning before returning to site. Had a final happy hour with Barbro, Terry, Jon and Gina.
Packing all completed ready for our not too far run to the Lot. Only about 40 miles and should take us about an hour and a half.
Next to our last day at Le Paradis and its our Dutch friends Karin And Ad's last day as they leave tomorrow so we had a farewell drink with them and Jim at happy hour. Hopefully we we see them again next year.
They had a specially adapted chalet ...
Barbro andTerry asked us to join them for lunch at restaurant de la Poste in St Leon. Lovely meal with 3 of them having the confit of duck while I went for their superior burger. All agreed it was lovely meal.
A stroll around St Leon after lunch and a photo taken in one of the back streets of this lovely village which is one of the "Le Plus Beau Villages de France" .
... The domes are all of equal size, 13 meters in diameter and are supported by pillars that are 6 meters on each side. The large domes give the space a very open feeling. There are also some lovely chandeliers that are apparently the same ones that hung in Notre Dame of Paris in honor of Napoleon III’s wedding. The altarpiece is a huge 17th century Baroque monstrosity, and I mean that in a good way. It is absolutely as over-decorated and ...