- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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At Susan's suggestion, we are merging two days of activities into one journal entry, just so that we don't fall behind. The trouble with having such a great time on holiday is that we don't really have any time until late at night to be blogging, and by then we're exhausted. So here are our first two days' travels in the Dordogne region, starting with Monday.
Staying at La Barde, a B&B, means breakfast is included and we joined with three other ...
... between Albi and a village called Cordes sur Ciel which is reputed to be one of the most attractive villages in France. The owner advised I take a specific pitch which would be near other people, but he was completely wrong and I was totally isolated for my whole stay and worse than that, there were high leylandii hedges on three sides and round the front of the pitch completely cutting me off from the rest of the site. The site had a nice swimming pool so that was ...
... built to have no hills. It was perfect. It also stormed all night, so there was mud everywhere, but not on the new paved trail. It was yet another kindness on our host’s part to point us to this trail. It was like a walk in the park today, but I don’t think my companions liked it very much. I think the architect, wanted us to walk the 40km, but he knew that I wouldn’t do it. So, he lamented the fact that we had wasted a day with so little walking. He used ...
... we never stopped for more than 3min at a time. I didn’t enjoy this walk at all. I felt sick and completely exhausted. It’s awkward when your companions are thirty years older than you and are not having the same troubles, but they have both been walking over 30km a day for two months now. For me, it’s only been a few days, and before I left for this trip, I had never walked that much at once in my entire life, let alone with a large backpack in 90 degree heat. Usually, if ...
... with a kitchen, and I can cook for myself. I enjoy trying new foods, and every night I try something new. But…most of the people I eat with are French, they are not being forced to eat new things every day. I just wish that they would give me a break. Everywhere I go people comment on how badly Americans eat, then they watch what I eat like hawks, waiting to confirm their beliefs and ready to give very loud opinions. Oy!
Aside from ...