Hotel Les Paulands
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Les Paulands Ladoix-Serrigny
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A six hour drive today, we left at 7am and arrived at 2pm - lots of traffic, just did they highway but spent around 65 Euro in tolls. Speed limit most of they way was 130.
We arrived outside our apartment and it looked like a derelict building with a big green door, soon our host Christelle arrived and we were immediately under her charm.
... earlier on moving their table near to the door. (Regardez nous everyone). Anyway one of the ducks got spooked and took off, bashing its beak on the window directly above their table sending bits of feathers floating down all over their food and drinks! Quelle domage! Anyway shuteye now and off to CERN tomorrow. Bob (and anyone else that is interested in Dark Matter), be ready for an amazing breakthrough in tomorrow's ...
... the window shut. After they’d gone and we were ready for bed the room felt a little stuffy. At home we’re in the habit of sleeping with the windows open and our threshold to night air and cold air is quite high. So we scoffed about the bee and re-opened the window all the way. And went to bed.
He must have come in at about 2:00 am. Carissa heard him first and told me that something was in the room in a hushed voice. It couldn’t be. ...
... in general does not move as quickly as American commerce is want to do. Example. I am still trying to get my bank debit card, on an account that we started trying to open on April 3rd or so. Stan got his a few days ago, but they couldn’t release mine until I could give them proof of my maiden name, which required someone in America digging out an old passport of mine and emailing me a copy, which I then emailed to the bank. ...
... Le Tour the place was chock full of bars, cafes and wine shops. We're not talking Boozebusters either, every one had chilled areas for storing wine and the "sale" items started at €45 a bottle. I don't know what the locals do here for a living coz it looked as though everyone was employed by the restaurant industry in some way but can afford to drink very expensive plonk. Watched Le Tour with a couple ...