Nemea Appart'hotel Val Dancelle
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Millie has had a miraculous recovery. On Tuesday, we thought we were losing her, but on Wednesday morning she started eating and hasn't stopped. We have stayed around Elne enjoying the sun and cooler weather and giving her more and more food. She has stopped vomiting, we have had so,I'd deposits in the tray, and she is so much more settled. D continues to enjoy the sea. We left Latour Bas Elne on Monday, ...
... someone came out of the block and asked if we wanted to put them in for security). Waited at a cafe across the street for Guernica to arrive to let us in. 12.30pm we put a load of washing in, then planned our stay. Booked tickets online for tomorrow's 9.15am audio tour thru the Sagrada Familia. Walked 50mtrs from the apartments (which is on the first floor) where we decided to purchase a €9.95 travel ticket ...
... amount of Heineken bottles sat on the table. They offered me one and something seemed wrong. It looked like a Heineken and it tasted like a Heineken (which is not necessarily a good thing) but something was wrong. Looking at the bottle, I realized that that the bottle was only 220 mills which is enough to inhale if you do not want to swallow. Nonetheless, the night was a good one except for me trying to laugh at someones joke with wine still in my mouth. It landed all over ...
... to the Sports Stadium (how can a tiny French village support a sports stadium with floodlit Football field, Basket Ball court, Tennis Court, and a two story club house?) There is a little plaque on the Service Point, telling you, the facilities are free, and asking you in turn, to support ...
... least they have the choice.
So, while the French might be free from some of the material junk that burdens the States, they are very much trapped in the tracks that their elders have laid. I finally know why I feel uptight in the public parks and jardins here--The French contentedly stick to the stone periphery, but I, "l'Américain," have the subversive urge to take on the center, to trot a new path onto the green, what I would gladly call, "the frontier."