Premiere Classe Ales
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... staircase to our front door. Inside, the two level apartment has been newly decorated in shabby chic style. It is 'tres chic'!. We also have our own private tower that can be accessed via another stone spiral staircase and trap-door. Yes, trap door! We enjoyed breakfast on the tower, looking over the roof tops to the countryside beyond. Hard life, isn't it?
If Disney were to produce the fantasy ...
... to the citizens of Nīmes for five centuries. I’ll give you the stats, but even to an engineer, numbers really can’t do this colossal structure justice. Built in classical times, the soaring arches of the Pont du Gard span 360 meters long and 50 meters high with 3 levels.
After the whirlwind tour of the Pont du Gard we drove to the Domaine de Gressac, where my cousin Laurence lives with her family. Laurence is Jack and ...
... or teacher....felt v proud of ouselves!
Wonderful to return. The Ardeche Gorge is magnificent, the colours, the light, the amazing views from the road along the top, which David took in his stride driving along (lots of 100 metre sheer drops) whilst I gripped the seat in despair. Conciously I knew the road was a great one, smooth, wide, well marked and with great stopping points ...
... we had finished this breakfast which included the ubiquitous croissant, a very tasty roll, Yeo Valley yoghurt , Wilkinson's jam ,butter,orange juice and a continuous supply of coffee we were alighting at Lille.
We had two hours on Lille station before we could board the train that was going to Marseille,so we found a seat and Carol started on her crosswords and I started on my new book on Kindle ( a very good thriller by ...
... the whole time, for nothing about this is remotely like a fair fight. I suppose it is Spanish culture, though. The whole bravado thing and all. “Look at me, I am daring a bull” kind of loses its impact when you see the way the “fight” is set up. I am not so much saying this in opposition to animal cruelty, but as its lack of quality as a spectacle. If they wanted to make it interesting, it should be two bulls fighting each other or two ...