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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Or maybe it was all an hallucination brought on by flu de monsieur and sugar deprivation, who really knows. The rest of the week has passed in a blur, French lessons again on Wednesday which weren't too bad considering we have had a couple of weeks off, with Lily and Ruby both impressing in their own ways. We also finally managed to get the issue with our car locking system fixed, we have not actually been able ...
... think they are doin' comin' the raw prawn and trying to claim Tim Tams as their own. Bloody galahs. First they kill Phar Lap, then this, strewth. Anyway we bought a pack obviously and off we set to find somewhere to eat our picnic. We managed to find an amazing spot next to a reservoir that was almost completely deserted, an old couple sunbathing, a man walking a dog and some men with their rods out (i think i may ahve a problem) in a boat doing some fishing so ...
... having grabbed a couple of crusty baguettes home made by the amazing Remy who rushed out to wave us goodbye as we drove off, some people just love what they do and he is certainly an example of this. The drive was on mostly country roads and it was spectacular as at the moment France is on fire. Since leaving the south which is quite dry and a bit more barren the area we were driving through today (Tarn et Garonne, The Lot and The Dordogne) are covered ...
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 ...
Well it's nearly a month. It funny how 2 weeks seems like hardly any time then 3 weeks still seems like a small amount of time, but when you say a month it seems like ages. It could be positive, like 'hurrah! We have survived a whole month' or it could be oh god we have been here a whole month and still no one can speak French and French verbs are like a maze that just when you think you have found the exit, ...