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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Although they never fought head to head. The English ruled Aquitaine after Eleanor of Aquitaine married Henry II, King of England. The castle owners always seemed to be on the losing side of every conflict. The earliest record is in the 13th century when Simon de Montfort took it from the Cathar Bernard de Casnac who eventually took it back. During the Hundred Years War it was loyal to the Plantagenets (British) ...
... of Lascaux II where we were able to really see the colors.
At 3:30 we head back to the museum to complete our visit, stop into the post office for stamps, the grocery store for a couple of items and then home. This was an amazing experience. It changed my views of our ancestors and their capabilities. They didn’t have the knowledge we have but they certainly had a society and abilities far superior to what I ever ...
... SLC to Denver for April 1. Just a few more between Morocco and India and that piece of planning will be done. We are thinking we will spend 6 weeks in Spain from Dec 14-Jan 29 to simplify our travels. Besides there us a lot to see in Spain and Allen speaks Spanish. We’ve been able to skype with Sarah and Lucian on Saturday and Lauren today. It’s so nice to see and talk with the kids. It makes being far from home a lot ...
... and is very clean and fresh and comfortable which is great because we are here for two nights. We had dinner in our small hotel last night... Which was lovely. The chef came out to introduce himself, a young French man... He spoke excellent English and proceeded to tell us that he had worked at the Sydney observatory hotel and had lived in drummoyne... We all had a good giggle and laugh with him as of course both terry and Helen had lived in drummoyne ...
... in the old town that only pedestrians will fit between the high walls and they twist and turn in a maze of charming houses, shops and mini squares which are really just a wider spot in the lane with a few tables and chairs.
We stop at a boulangerie for some bread and the grocery store for milk then head home to enjoy time on the patio, a swim for Allen and a quiet evening.
Thursday we realize that the ...