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- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... more of a wake up call for the individuals to change an aspect of their life or diet.
So here we are in our first campsite in France for a while, we actually did really well to get back into.the old travel ways and it was a well oiled machine yesterday with dinner and bedtime (however I did have to separate the twins as they would not stop tickling each other), but apart from this it was really nice to be back in Sven. It was ...
... value & the wine turned out to be €1.90! As Tess was having a nap in Pierre, we decided to have a look around and some French towns do have the most amazing mix of shops, from a violin maker, chair restorer, specialist wool/sewing machine shops, all on a main high street. There was a market on as well and we bought some very nice bread and 2 Ceps that will go very well with our steak tomorrow, they are ...
Phil woke up this morning with a horrible migraine, so he stayed in bed to sleep it off. I popped into the village to get some bread and meat, can't believe the prices, we thought it might be a little expensive for food here being in the middle of nowhere, but it's quite the opposite. Whether most of the produce is local, not sure, pork chops £5.90 for a kilo, steak £9.25 a kilo (Sunday lunch) and as for wine, a really decent bottle for £3.00 or ...
... found her chip (after several attempts, it's no longer in her neck but in her side), checked her temperature and listened to her heart. Then listen to her heart again! "I think she has a murmur and it seems it might be enlarged". After finding out what the consequences were and diagrams drawn, we decided to have an X-ray. He could fit us in at 4.30 (unheard of in Britain). So back to Pierre again, this time the dog that ...
Headed south today up to the weather station. The road was lovely and twisty but the surface was shocking. The boys took off at a cracking pace - as motorcyclists do and I didn't bother to try and keep up. They kindly waited for me at the corners and probably *****ed and moaned about how slow I was but had the grace not to do it in my earshot.
We stopped for coffee at a gorgeous little cafe perched on the ...