Le Manoir de Beaulieu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... disease, not dissimilar to the British or Australian man-flu. I have had a severe case all week and I have tried gamely to carry on but to be honest I have been fairly unsuccessful. Luckily the amazing Jessica has been covering all my slack as well as carrying on with all her own stuff. Not unlike women the world over I suppose. In completely unrelated news I have set myself a challenge for this new month of ...
... pick up some supplies for a picnic. We stopped and got everything we needed which included sandwiches, crisps, drinks, some patisseries and a very special treat. In the supermarket they had a promo shelf with lots of American goods, pretzels, peanut butter cups and the like and at the bottom of the shelf they had some Tim Tams. Now this is a flamin' disgrace because any drongo could tell ya that Tim Tams are bloody Aussie mate and I don't know what these bloody ...
... saying they would be back soon. We waited around for ten minutes but decided we weren't that desperate to see the caves and couldn't be bothered to wait any longer so we got back in Sven and headed home with just a stop at the supermarket to stock up. Our house seems to have survived without us and despite being cleaned within an inch of its life before we left it didn't take long until it was an absolute state as we dumped our stuff everywhere. Then ...
... that we drive 'somewhere else' to get a patisserie so we could explore our area a bit so that is what we did. We drove off with no particular destination in mind, only that we would drive out of town on a road we had not yet driven down. We have obviously lucked out here in Beaulieu with our 5 (count 'em) patisseries because it was not as easy as we thought it would be. The drive was good though, across valleys, on windy roads ...
... As promised to my brother, we have a photo diary of progress. But in short, we started at 2 and were still going at 9pm! We only finished it this morning (Sunday). It is very cool. What got us through it was Robbie Williams rock dj and the rock of ages soundtrack. Rubies genius Lego skills also built about 80% of the ship with lily finishing it this morning. Good times and hopefully today will be another 'le weekend' ...