- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of last month, Stefan was in Papua New Guinea last week working in a southern hemisphere summer and helping to top up the coffers depleted by a deep French recession and Hollande’s crippling taxes. The most unpopular president since the formation of the republic, he insists on raising taxes instead dealing with wastage and efficiencies. Of course every time he does try to make austerity changes, the French go on strike. My uncle was ...
... Jams, chutneys, sloe gin, harvesting of pumpkins, Tarbais beans, butternut squash and beetroot is done. The bedding plants are still in full bloom so I am continuing to water until the first frosts come and then will empty the tubs etc. We are always aware that this could come at any time. One chillier morning last week dawned to a covering of snow on the Pic and Monfaucon ( or Rhino rock as we call it) and Piau Engaly towards Spain, so it is never far ...
... beautiful. Great walks are available, of the short, and long variety. Well worth the money spend on ibuprofen and panadol.
However nothing, I repeat nothing, is perfect. There is cow and horse **** everywhere, and let’s not forget the sheep’s contribution! The last Pyrenees bear was shot some time ago by a deranged farmer claiming self defense. But the parks in France do offer more than their
counterparts in Britain.
... to the
nearest garage where they would charge not much shy of 1000€ to repair and we
still had to get home. The recovery truck turned up really quickly, but I had
to negotiate for them to take us home at a cost of 200€ so that we could do the
repair ourselves and get back at a reasonable time.
The driver worried us a bit. He had a bandage on his arm and
explained that he had had a cat scan that morning ...
We also passed through numerous tunnels throughout the day (following similar experiences through the last couple of days also). The sheer effort and technology required to build these as well as the impressive roads through these mountains is simply amazing (and must have cost an amazing amount of money). Tunnels have been simply gouged or bored straight through the base of selected mountains- some tunnels are less than 200m long with most approx 300-400 long. ...