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- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... English and a smattering of Germans.
Gill and Tony retired here from careers and business ownership in England about ten years ago and have become very active in the community. Their lovely quirky, eclectic old villa is several hundred years old, two storeys, with two staircases, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, an enormous living/dining room, a nice big farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room, a patio and walled ...
... rides for kids and a free book and toy library!! Apparently this was all organised by the local council and the kids had a ball. To top off the fun they also had a crepe van so we had crepes for afternoon tea. After another swim we headed to the supermarket and stocked up on food for dinner. Headed back for a BBQ the old-fashioned way and enjoying the Chianti Classico. Picking blackberries and swimming in the paddle pool until late for the kids. Another happy ...
... for next year..
What is it with this area and Hollyhocks? They are flowers which are found absolutely everywhere here, almost every crack in the pavement seems to be sprouting them.
If anyone can advise us, we would like to know!
We are currently back in Spain enjoying the heat for eight nights, before we head off to Greece.
More from there in a week or so!
Bye for now,
Christine and Richard
... hostel, so I got dressed & walked to the town hall square to see if any proceedings were happening that night, but the parade must have gone somewhere else in the town, as they didn’t go to the square. The parade must have just been a prelude to the celebrations the following day. I found a band playing by the cathedral, but that was all. Some of the narrow streets were decorated with Corpus Christi banners.
The following morning I caught a train from ...
It was a bit of a struggle to find the next camp site, because they had built a new bridge for the TGV railway, changing the layout of the local roads and completely bewildering Fanny Anne. I drove round in circles for about half an hour, eventually tucking in behind another British motorhome who was also lost, then suddenly on the Sat Nav screen I saw my destination and was able to take a very narrow road, through a 'road closed' sign, a village and I was there. ...