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Travel Blogs from Blesle
... back to town, we went to the super mâché (supermarket) and bought supplies...wine, bread, eggs...and pasta for a home cooked meal. Nice for a change as although we are still enjoying the local fare, we are aware of the costs of eating out each night. Unfortunately we must leave this town after only two nights, we so wish we could have stayed longer, there was so much more to see and experience, it is somewhere we would like to come back and spend more time. On leaving ...
... side is a 3rd floor room and no lift. We can still hear the Dordogne River rushing by from our balcony.
He decided to give "Mountain Food" a miss - said to be cheese, bread, potatoes and more cheese. Instead we find a neighbourhood BBQ joint and have some of the local lamb.
She is out of words for tonight so will let her photos do the talking.
... accompanied Rebekah on the morning school run and then she took me on a tour of darlington to show me all the places Nomie used to work and live. This was nice for me to see in real life lots of the memories that are important to Nomie and piper. I then headed to Hull to stay with Justine & Craig and their children. Justine lives in a gorgeous English house and it was a luxurious two weeks with her I was very fortunate. We ...
... toilet, shower or towels in the room. Last nights dinner was with three French people who spoke some English so my basic French got a work out. Actually they just walked past our hotel now compleaty stuffed and three hours behind us. On the trail we saw three people traveling together wearing sandals. They were not speaking to each other and there feet were a ...
... me le temps de le gravir, si la neige veuille bien fondre !
Je reprends la route et l'auto stop en direction de Besse en Chandesse, petite bourgade, au centre ville remplie de grandes batisses d'époque, c'est le jour du marché , un lundi. Ce village n'a pas été classé, un des plus beaux villages de France car ses abords ont été mal agencé. Dommage ! Pas grave, le béffroi est remarquable, ainsi que les linteaux à l'entrée de chaque maison bourgeoise.
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking