Belambra Clubs - Le Vidourle
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is fine, there was another hostel confirmation that I got saying that we had to pay for the room in cash, but this one did not. He asked some weird questions and I’m pretty sure it was a guy saying he had a hostel, but really just rented out rooms to people for a couple of nights or a week, however long they dared to stay. The good thing was that our room was in a different building than the “hostel office” and we only had to see this guy as we ...
... open is new and we both had lovely hot showers. Wifi is continuous and free with complete coverage of the site, Bus timetables and details are posted outside reception.
We got a move on and set off early for the 10.06 ...
... about the equivalent of a large "kiddie" pool! The whole night still seems like a dream. It didn't feel like it was really happening while it was happening. For the next 3 hours, we would continue to bucket water out of our chateau. Normally, I think this situation would be hectic, stressful, and just generally unpleasant. Not for YWAMers. We actually had quite a bit of fun! Not to mention, for about 2 hours there were shouts of praise and songs of worship to God, ...
... wedding dresses to corridas. You can’t be in Nimes for feria and not experience a bullfight. Poor Anna looked ready to pass out even before we got into the arena! Melisa came along with us to explain what was going on, which was really helpful, as it was a bit tricky to work out at times. We had heard that unlike in Spain, they didn’t always kill the bulls here, but unfortunately this wasn’t the case. We had been forewarned, but it doesn’t make it ...
... enjoying the view and grabbing a light lunch at the cafe in the park, I headed over to the other side of the park and down one of the old city towers. After reaching street level, I walked along the city wall to Avignon's famed Broken Bridge, or Pont Saint-Benezet. The bridge, most of whose original 22 arches were swept away by the river, leaving only the remaining 4 arches, was originally the only connection between ...