Manoir de Contres
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had some fun playing with the baby goats... But also had a lot of fun getting to know people from the other French YWAM bases playing volley ball (at the expense of a good pair of shorts which ripped from top to bottom... In the worst place).
The main point of the conference is to get the YWAM bases in the nation of France together like a family, and share what's been going on in each individual base. During this time, we all get to share outreach ...
... dry and was just taking bens suit off when the sun came out again, so suited Ben back up but he only wanted a few more minutes. They've got a really nice toddler park and a Villages des Enfants, cute little wooden houses in a village set up for them to play in. Kids loved it. Ben bounced around quite merry for a while on the bouncy castle with cars on it and Bella loved going in a big girl swing for the first time. Had benji's ...
... hour splashing around - v similar to Martragny - shallow section, main pool, but they had an extra bit at the end ( didn't get there to investigate). Kids loved it, threw themselves around like maniacs, splashing everyone they could. Bella's so confident in the water now, she starting to really motor around. Lots of jumping in and ...
... well one has to doesn’t one? Returning outside we found the roof up and the rain coming down yuck. The back of any small car is no fun but the back of a four seater Morgan with no headroom, smelling of vinyl roof and camembert is no place for the weak stomached. We had gone maybe two miles before we had to stop remove the roof and replace it with an umbrella. Fortunately or unfortunately we were stationery at the time as the queue for the track ...
... into my car as Anne drove on. We went in a loop around the village up a side street over a motorway into the countryside, I said only half-jokingly “and the six merry travellers were taken hostage by the crazy French farmer…..” Then as abruptly as we had started we stopped outside a traveller’s camp, opposite a scrap yard. I was not completely sure which side of the road we were supposed to go as I approached our guide he waved an arm out ...