- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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God it was a hot day a about 38*c. Really felt dehydrated even after drinking a litre of water in two hours. What a memorable day. Drove back to St. Martin and went for a swim and enjoyed a glass,of wine in our airy apartment!
From Robyn in Tauranga
From: kevin learmonth
Date:06/06/2015 12:29 AM (GMT+12:00)
To: mary06 , ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: 17.9200000762939px;">To: Yvonne Badcock
Subject: Pont du gard
... words the vastness of this structure, not only from an height point of view, but also from the sheer area that lies within its walls. The size of some of the rooms has to be seen to be believed,but one of the more spectacular features in my mind, was the 58 metres height of the chimney in the kitchen area. None of the rooms we went through had any furniture, but this did not detract from the visit, because you could appreciate in your mind, ...
So, this week has had its ups and its downs.
The weather has definitely brightened up, and there is talk that it's here to stay – I’ve spent quite a bit of time this week sitting in Les Jardins de la Fontaine in the sun with my Kindle, which has been lovely. There are so many different people who use the park for different reasons. On Wednesday when I went up there, there were groups of kids practicing being romans. On Friday ...
... the book – all about Guernsey during the German occupation.
Phrase of the week: Let’s get back to business – revenons à nos moutons (literally let’s get back to our sheep)
Book of the week: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society – Mary Ann Shaffer
It would appear that I have forgotten that I shouldn’t be typing with my right hand – it’s now killing me!