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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Yesterday as well as today, I encountered a physically handicaped person doing a workout run. I stopped and wondered how he did it. Feeling the boundaries of my own body, I could only feel a lot of respect for these people. It made me humble and even more courageous to walk the extra mile, when I thought I couldn't put one more foot in front of the other Later today I encountered Grzegorz Adamczyk, a 31 year young Polish pelgrim who came down from Gdansk in the North. In 8 weeks ...
... underground, here the champagne is stored for a minimum of 2 years before it is sent out to distributors for sale. It was a very interesting and informative tour and well worth the trip. I decided to try their newest blend released in February, it is Blanc de Noirs. This champagne is made with black grapes only, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, so you don't have the same dry aftertaste that you sometimes get with a champagne that contains C******nay grapes. It is a really ...
... The sign says it's open but it doesn't look that way. The manager is nowhere to be found. I decide to go to a grocery store, get some food. When I get back. The managers still not there. I wait for an hour eating some food when I see who I think is the manager. He ignores me completely for the first 15 minutes and then asks what I want. He's not very friendly. I tell that I need a place to put up ...
... Saulx which flowed into the river Marne. We tried an experiment of propping up the radar arch on boat hooks so we didn’t have to keep lowering it as there were so many bridges today and it worked. Fortunately we did not require the boat hooks. The down side was we could not have our sun canopy on so we topped up our sun tan nicely.
As we left Châlons-en-Champagne, Richard told us of a pretty mooring just outside Vitry ...
... but we knew most of the dances! (We had learnt in Ockbrook in Derbyshire, but had not been for years). Towards the end of the session John asked if he could show them the dance Rosza, one of our favourites and she said “yes”. The band played a slow waltz and it was really enjoyable with lots of people having a go.
In the evening we went back to dance to 2 different bands. The first ...