Premiere Classe Plaisir
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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It's been such a busy day that it's now after midnight and haven't had a chance to write the day....but I want to do it now before I forget things. Well, we woke quite late and left for coffee and pastries at about 9.30 I think....a grey, cold and slightly drizzly day, but did not dampen our spirits! The cold was wonderful, we walked into the centre from here to see what lay between, and it wasn't very far, and a lovely ...
... in an apartment, the 3 floors above us can look into the yard from their windows. Also, there's an apartment complex behind where I was sitting and I heard the blinds going up, so they could watch me too! Am I paranoid, maybe. I like my privacy. There's not much to do since I'm pretty sure most things are closed Sunday afternoons. The grocery store and some other places are usually open in the morning until about noon and then some ...
... for millinery supplies is quite unique. These stores no longer exist in the U.S. There used to be a street for millinery supplies in NYC. I think there may still be one shop, but it doesn't have nearly the breadth of product seen at UltraMod. The shops are a bit like some fabric and notion shops still on 4th ...
... that everyone was over the age of 50 though, so we left pretty early. It was nice going back though, because all the dancers welcomed me as if I was part of their family now (which I guess I was.) They invited me to a bunch of things I couldn't go to that weekend, but I will definitely be back for more folk dancing.
Friday. It had been a long week of much eating, so I had it in my mind to go back to the house for lunch and make myself something small. My ...
... Day Four Another early morning as we head out to the Somme on a private tour. It was an all Aussie affair as we were joined by a couple from Victoria and their daughter. There was a lot of state rivalry throughout the day. Our guide had never had a group that was mainly women - 5 ladies 2 men .. He liked it ;) Thankfully the rain had stopped overnight and we may have sunny weather for a change. The countryside was ...