Le Pontet B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... decided to leave a day early as the cool area of the Dordoyne is about 8kms away and two far to go to cycle as too stuffed after fencing.
Enjoying a beer or two before dinner, and with a day off to explore tomorrow feeling relaxed in the mind but after banging in the posts I am sore and to be honest Stuffed!!!!!! This Helpx has made us realise it is time to housesit and work for $$$$$. Greece already booked for 2015!!!!!
... for the D'Agen prunes. Beautiful peaches and nectarines are plentiful and the toffee coated walnuts and salted caramel tarts are too hard to resist. We also enjoyed the dessert wines of Monbazillac as well as the local Bergerac wines which are predominently Merlot blends. The weather has been mid 20s most days - perfect for enjoying an aperitif on our terrace!!. What a sensational week we have ...
... ourselves in a local environment and people watching was really entertaining. The dancing was great and some of the movers & groovers caught my eye as they were so good.
Our mission to put up a fence to enclosed their property. The view of the grapevines is great, the weather has been so changeable with thunderstorms with fork lightening and heavy down pours and then brilliant sunshine - weird for ...
... guides from Blandford!!! What a small world, apparently the family have a small holiday home here they have been coming too for a few years, after saying tata we wander to the chateau. Decided not to go in as once you've seen one house/castle/chateaux you've seen them all! Found the local Carrefour and bought some bread etc and a French card for my niece ( in Australia) as Sam txt me to tell me she had had a little girl this morning Marlee Rose :-) went back to the van and ...
... to try a bit of everything. Oysters, escargots, fresh crusty bread. The diet has gone to hell in a hand basket but I don't care. Our plans were to take Penny's car on Friday and drive about 7 hours to Antibes but we decided to take a plane from Bordeaux to Marsailes and rent a car to Antibes and save some driving time. After much frustration with the Ryan air website we eventually got booked ...