Hotel Kyriad Prestige
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... give great joy. The very best wines would still be wasted on me, even today. And sometimes they can be used mostly for showing off, there’s quite a bit of that that happens too….
Back to work. I was working on the launch of our French version of Life Hope and Truth. As we started this project, without much thinking about it, I vaguely thought all we’d have to do is translate the articles, but there has been much more to it than ...
... we finally had all systems go. And we laughed together when I said I was going to leave rather quickly, before we discovered any other computer problems!
I drove most of the way to Bordeaux, picking up a baguette and a Camembert for dinner, and found a hotel room with a kitchenette so I can avoid going to restaurants tomorrow, during my day of office work. Thursday if all goes as planned, I will fly on to ...
... is any connection between the name of this place and the Cadillac car in America?
Cadillac Aire (N44 38.319" W000 19.011"). It is free to stay. Electricity is 2Euro for 3 hours at 5 Amps.
The aire is very near the town centre, so, be carefull when entering the satnav coordinates, our operator got it slightly wrong, and we disrupted traffic in the narrow streets ...
... beach were blue and white-striped deck chairs.
Royan was the commercial side to the Dordogne, one we had wanted to avoid really, but with the hotel prebooked and paid for, we had no choice but to enjoy what we could. We paid for a couple of deckchairs and with the afternoon sun making a timely appearance; we lounged about for a good few hours, doing nothing in particular. It was all very relaxing.
On the drive back to Bordeaux, we drove through the other end ...
... very porous. Therefore, it is great for carving details onto the fašades of buildings, but at the same time it absorbs a lot of the pollution, so it's really hard to keep clean. They used to use pressurized water to clean it, but that also damages the stone, and is not very cost effective - they thought about putting silicon over the rock, but limestone needs to breathe, so that was not a viable solution either. (imagine that, a whole city built ...