Auberge lion d Or
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... trudged down the steps and back up again to get exit strain station. I am getting pretty good a ottering the bag down - the carrying it up is still a struggle. I found the taxi rank and there were already 4 ladies sitting on the edge of the garden bed waiting - and it wasn't looking good. I decided to start up a conversation with the. When I heard them speaking English and I thought they were probably Poms. I had a lovely chat - they were holidaying here as a ...
Before heading back to where Karine and Olivier live on the east coast of France, we took a little trip to Montauban, a small city where Olivier went to boarding school as a child. This city is as old as the village where the wedding was, dating back to around 1150.
I just realized I spelled Montauban wrong on every single photo caption. Oops.
... had sent in of themselves singing the same song and was compressed into one video, and they also had a variation of musical chairs. That was the best part and Jo was one of the contestants. Starting with 13 people, the DJ named off an item that each person had to find from the guests and bring it back to a chair, which was one less than the amount of people that were present. From lipstick, a black belt, bringing someone back with a name that started with "A" (I ...
... t it? Maybe I should have a glossary at the beginning..... Another random thought.... I think we should begin introducing some new words to our English language. For example, I was reading something here the other day and was quite taken by the fact that a car had 16 soupapes, which are valves. I like the word, and think I will only talk about soupapes in the future..."I hear your putting in some bigger soupapes...." Sounds good... I know, I am a bit crazy....but it ...
... tempted to score this region slightly higher - it offers better value for money, fewer crowds and the attractions over-deliver on one's (limited) expecations. An Italian analogy springs to mind: the Tarn / mid-Pyrenees region is to Provence as Umbria is to Tuscany.
Also, we think the hosts of our B & B really contributed to our enjoyment ( as did Tessie the concierge Labrador)