Inter Hotel Tulle Centre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the climate, it seems to be much warmer here consistently with less rain (so far), and we have eaten lunch out on the balcony since we got here. I have not had to wear my winter fleece once! We are in fact sitting out on the balcony now, kids in bed, Paul has a beer and there is a light warm breeze in the air as the sun goes down. So there are lots of great things. The people are really nice although you really don't get any answers unless you specifically ask the ...
... about 45 minutes or so and then we spent a couple of hours being gouged for as much money as possible by the carney folk. The girls had fun on the rides they went on and there was one super fast spinning thing that Olivia and Ruby wanted to go on so Jess and I had to as well. Just as I thought it was about to finish and it wasn't too bad it started to go backwards. I was very happy when the time came to get off although ...
... OK but there are definitely times when it is tough. For Ruby it is when she has to go to school and since they come home for lunch that is twice a day. She is finding it tough because she cant speak the language and she is just so keen to learn that I think it frustrates her not to be able to and also she hasn't got a little friend yet so she is probably a bit lonely. Lily is actually doing really well and I ...
... they got used to their new surroundings. This was not just special treatment for us but for all parents of the younger children and this was good and helped them settle down I think. It was easy to see why this was a good idea, there were about 5 little kids who were absolutely wailing their heads off and obviously not very happy to be at school. Eventually we had to leave, but not before we noticed that out of the 24 children in the twins class, 6 of them ...
... give a bad first impression. She could barely remove her ipod from her ears and didn't seem to want to spare any of her time to say hello. The impression was that it was going to be a big pain for her to have to teach a student who didn't speak the language. I guess I expected that although we are in France without speaking much French that that the teachers would be able to muster at least a 'hello' in English but they just rattled along in ...