Le Pavillon Saint Martin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Also a lot on federation and state v federal rights
Other issues were
- Fights over Murray River water. Claims that NSW was taking too much....sounds familiar
- Should we simply follow the Brits into war in S Africa. One line said...not our fight, they are simply fighting to keep hold of valuable minerals rights in S Africa. The Boer War is not for us...sounds familiar
... all year round. It didn't feel that cold but we did have our jackets on. It was very wet and dark and luckily we don't suffer from claustrophobia!! There were lifts to take us back to ground level thankfully, as it was hard enough walking down the stairs to the underground river. Back home we enjoyed some French Onion Soup and a baguette for dinner. Not bad for tetrapak ...
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The classic roof here is made of stone and weighs 500-800 Kg per square metre. They said it costs around 1500 Euro per sq metre to build today, but will last 300 years. Only one person is out of pocket
Back in time to listen to Delroy - he even read out a birthday greeting to my two boys...I'm sure they don't listen to radio much, ABC less, ABC Radio at 10:15pm even less again. But the world heard it.
Early start today to drive Ange to Bergerac, home of the famous Cyrano de Bergerac, about 100 miles and 1.5 hours drive. We are now experts with our navigation even though we always put the Tom Tom on to make sure we arrive at our destination! After farewellig Ange at the train we had a look around Bergerac. Another beautiful Notre Dame of our Lady in the middle of the town (the French only know how to build ...
... century and which opened to the public in 1997. The gardens overlook the entire Dordogne Valley and were very beautiful. To finish the day we drove up to our local town, Domme, for a lovely dinner high above the Dordogne River. Sadly it is our last dinner together as Ange leaves tomorrow. We are driving her to Bergerac in the morning. Without a doubt we have had a fantastic trip together and one we will remember with fond memories! No photos today as we didn't take the iPads, just ...