Inter-Hotel Les Oliviers
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- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... up, but promptly had to turn round after about 2 miles as the road was " Barrie " barred, but it did give us the chance to see a huge flock of Flamingos on another lake and they were so pink. We arrived at the dealers. Do you recall the old saying of couldn't organise a *+¥% up in a brewery, well this place would fit that phrase perfectly. We are going ...
... from the roundabout as the bridge was being repaired. So we drove into town from the opposite direction only to pass the cement works and various other large industrial buildings! Obviously this wasn't the pretty little fishing port we thought, so about turn and try aire number three. Driving along the road, an alternative to the motorway, there seemed to be rather a lot of scantily clad, buxom women in lay-bys and ...
Carcassonne is a small fortified city. It has a castle, complete with ramparts and everything. It's also in a different part of France, which is cool for the culture. So, we took a train, stayed the night, saw the castle that inspired the castle in Sleeping Beauty and served as the set of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, and had some local specialties. There was also ...
... and gave us a little bit of a history lesson about how the place came to be and all the restoration efforts that have recently taken place to preserve it now that it is a UNESCO site. After our tour, of course we were given some free time to explore on our own. The little city was filled with all sorts of cute little boutiques and shops! Lots of the students wished for more time to shop there, but we had to get to our next hotel in time for dinner, so we had to leave. While we ...
... a cassoulet dish but no way would it fit in any of my luggage.
As I am sitting there, I hear bagpipes. Had not expected to eat my lunch to the accompaniment of bagpipes but pretty soon, behind me, in a small open area, several young men come out with bagpipes and drums and are extorting the tourists to come into their area for some kind of entertainment. While the bagpiper was in a kilt, he also had very long dreadlocks. That ...