Ibis Agen Centre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and a tank of diesel later... Then the air conditioning has stopped for the third time in 32degrees heat, found a garage but they they couldn't find the leak, but have replaced all the seals and recharged the gas, so fingers crossed or we will be here again in a couple of months... So all in all, what came back this morning has ALL gone out during the day..!!! That's ...
A fortified village in another stunning location, is France really this good?!!! Had a busy day and relaxed for a beer in a local bar before heading back to Herman and some garlic prawns and French Bread that was delicious... A funny day really as it was 33 years since Giles' mum passed away, so we shared a few moments remembering her, God bless! ...
Stopping here was not the intended stop but it's been worthwhile. A lovely walk around the village, took two important phone calls, used the La Poste and had ourselves a fabulous Tuna/Gorgonzola Salad..! Now off to the original place back on ...
... did stock Royal Canin but didn't have the right one... Having told him we had been touring in a motorhome for 11 months, he looked at me and asked 'What had I done wrong in life to have to spend all that time with my wife...!' I obviously told Linda I didn't know what he was talking about..! He he. He he indeed Mr Downer ...
... which is not what is necessarily programmed into the GPS.
Bergerac (population 28,000 approx) was held alternatively by the French and the English during the Hundred Years’ War, and later became a stronghold of the Protestant faith. Set on the banks of the Dordogne River, it developed as a centre of trade, and a stopping point for traditional wooden barges carrying wood, blocks of stone, paper, wines, walnuts and chestnuts etc between Perigord and the port ...