Citotel Les Alizes
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... give great joy. The very best wines would still be wasted on me, even today. And sometimes they can be used mostly for showing off, there’s quite a bit of that that happens too….
Back to work. I was working on the launch of our French version of Life Hope and Truth. As we started this project, without much thinking about it, I vaguely thought all we’d have to do is translate the articles, but there has been much more to it than ...
This morning I worked several hours in the hotel room, then at 10:00 walked over to the chateau to have a look. I got behind a family group from the Netherlands and had to wait while they negotiated the ticket counter.
The first castle built on the site began in the 1100s. In the 1300s it was heavily fortified with money provided by the first French Pope, Clement V, of the Catholic schism period. It was ...
... 3 dish towels and a scarf at H&M. Had lunch on the ship and relaxed for a bit top deck. The buses tour left at 2:00 to St Emilion. We passed by a chateau that makes 1500.00 bottles called Petrus. The village is made on top of a limestone mountain. We walked through the cobblestone street to the cloister which too 300 years to make by sculpting it in the limestone. It was dedicated to St Emilion who was canonized and enter the church. We ...
... up a conversation with a lovey Dutch couple with whom we has cups of tea and classes for wine with over the next few day.
One of the best things about being on the road is the people we meet. At a riverside Aire on the Loire we were setting up when there was a knock on the door – a gorgeous Irish women was expecting to meet other Irish travellers - given our Irish number plate – this ended up with us spending a long and pleasant ...
... with an Aire that was supposed to be on the Voie Verte. Couldn't find it anywhere so we went on towards Creon (and came across it at the bottom of the hill on the way out). The Aire at Creon was gated off and we had to report to the bike information place which was unusual. It was right on the Voie Verte so we went for an 8km ride one way before coming back. It was quite up and down all the way. Ben was a menace as usual. We set off at 9 the next morning along ...