Residence Le Clos des Fontaneilles
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We left this morning on time from The Midi Pyrènèes and now headed for 'the' Pyrènèes! About 300km but we knew the last part of the roads would be windy and slower so we gave ourselves 5hrs for the trip. The Motorway through Toulouse and down to Tarascon was fast and efficient. We stopped their for lunch as it was a beautiful town right between the cliffs at the start or the Pyrènèes. After lunch ...
... in the fun. Last day of the carnival. The morning parade went totally over my head - another bawdy in joke I'm sure. The afternoon parade was my favourite type. Fabulous masks and costumes. The music is monotonous - the same short phrase of music is played over and over again, but the spirit of the carnival is fun. And even the tiniest Arcadien had a little costume. And so to the climax ...
After travelling and hanging about for 7 hours via Barcelona, I arrived in the early hours, to the capital of my 47th country - Andorra La Vella. With it being late, I went straight to bed, eager at what the next day would hold for my second holiday of the year.
Waking up the next morning I opened to curtains to find a stunning view of mountains - for I had the best ...
... because they said that their brief was to clean up the park!
The aim is to get three to four rooms ready for this summer. This involves getting the services in (water, electricity, telephones). This is half way to being accomplished. Then we need to pick away the old plaster in these rooms, re-plaster with two coats, finish with a lime wash decorative finish, repaint the frescoes, install the underfloor heating, lay the tiles on top, install a small kitchen, ...
... were amazing and the participants knew how to give a good pose. It was a good job we were booked into a campsite as the aire was not just heaving, but expanding into all the surrounding area. We estimated there were at least seventy motorhomes - mostly large and luxurious - parked up for the duration. Trips out during the daytime take us to Quillan and Axat. This road goes down the gorge which follows the river Aude and it ...