- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the mountains in the background, lovely. (You can just see it on the photo of the tiled pic) We packed up our late lunch into the backpack and went for a walk, Just opposite were what used to be the salt flats, with brilliant board walks. Phil was delighted, because right in the middle were a group of flamingos. Yesterday he said he thought he had seen some just before we pulled into last nights aire and I'm afraid ...
... down on a suspension bridge for the train as it winds its way down the mountain over stone bridges and through tunnels. Finally we are down and we hit 60 kph it seems like jet propelled compared with the first 28km, luckily for those behind there are passing places every so often. We are roughly heading towards Narbonne and we pull into a great site facing the Mediterranean sea and its 21c. We take Tess for a walk to the sea shore and let her have a paddle, ...
... bright sun (I know the sun is the sun all around the world but are there varying degrees of UV/brightness maybe?) is actually really good for eyes. Maybe that is true? Anyone have a better explanation please advise. - Have also noted in France they tie lots of like plastic or ribbon on car mirrors (outside ones) and at times like car door handles. Why is that? - and ray bans are the sunglasses of choice. They are everywhere ...
... lovely and spoke some English. We had a chat with them and they asked for a postcard from Australia to go on their wall and they gave each of the kids a woven bracelet. The lady carefully chose one for each of them, it seemed a very considered choice and she actually picked three that suited each of our kids very well. A really lovely gesture. As we walked through their shop we spotted their child asleep tucked in behind a screen under one of their beautiful woven rugs ...
... park there, and there was plenty of space.
There is plenty of space, though some of it isn’t accessible to you if you’re 2.5 meters tall (as a vehicle, that is). Which we are. Still, we found a shaded spot, and made our way to the tram. A little frustration with the ticket kiosk (which doesn’t take bills, nor credit cards without a chip) didn’t do much to delay us. After figuring out that we needed to get off a stop early (due to the ...