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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... s old home "The White House" in Prestatyn and to Colwyn Bay Cemetery (where my Mum's ashes were scattered two years ago). Onto Conwy Castle and the smallest house in Britain. The castle was huge the smallest house was smaller than a single box room with a ladder to the bedroom upstairs. That evening, we met up with our Cousins, The Morris'. We had a really FUN evening and nice to catch up on everyone's news. On the Wednesday ...
Monday we took James to School and hiked nearly 12 kilometers along the river, through the village and onto home. The weather was outstanding, the river amazing and a wonderful start to the week. Tuesday, much of the same, however we scaled up the difficulty in the walking track - it was steep, narrow and very picturesque. Wednesday was a big day for all of us. James was off school (as it is in France) and we did a "Three Country Visit". We started ...
... its design and construction. The layout and storage worked well, with ample space for crockery and kitchen appliances. Everything was within easy reach and the Blum mechanisms meant the drawers and doors shut nicely. It is everything this kitchen isn’t.The current layout has proven to be eminently functional and effective, but I miss my kitchen. The range hood here was obviously build for a jockey, and hits me at shoulder height. The ...
... I’d rather wander the isle and stalls, spending my pocket money on weird and exotic food rather than post cards and souvenirs.There are a couple of great supermarkets here in Haute Savoir that I now worship at regularly.The biggest is the Carrefour superstore in Sallanche, about 20 minutes’ drive down the mountain. Carrefour is like a Walmart, but dosed up on body enhancing steroids and sporting a suntan. It’s big and loud, with specials ...
... we reached the intended lake we entered a small restaurant there to ask about the last Gondola down the mountainside. It was in an hour. How long did it take to get to the Gondola station? About an hour. We rushed through a lunch, watched a few people try and swim across the frigid alpine lake, and rushed down the hillside. It was treacherous on the way down with weakened legs. Sliding across stones and gravel, making a leap when needed. We ...