Le Clos Lascazes
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... and then put park benches at the bottom of it that's what people are going to do aren't they. We picked up some goodies from the Boulanger for supper, it may be a cliche but jeez the French bread is good, but there again if you're looking for cliches the amount of people you see walking around with a French baguette under their arm is unreal, you see more people with a baguette than you do a mobile phone - perhaps the wily French have managed to incorporate the ...
We woke up to a very hard frost. Luckily this campsite has lovely heated wetrooms. We set off to Beziers to join the A75 free motorway, which climbs up to almost 1200m. We would not know until the start of the climb up towards Lodeve if the whole road would be open.
the signs indicated that the whole length of the road was open, but ...
... a two-day stay. Like us, they are into food and wine so it was not long before we had compiled a plate of entrees, including a foie gras from Sarlat, heirloom tomatoes, prosciutto and melon, strawberries and a baguette. They brought a wonderful champagne straight from the source which proved to be a fine accompaniment.
today we decided to visit La Maison Forte De Reignac. It is basically a house built into the side of a cliff, and from the outside looks nothing more than a small stone house. However once inside we discovered that the house was built on the site of ancient caves which were occupied by cave men as long ago as 40,000 years. The house itself dates back to mediaeval times, and is filled with furniture from various periods. ...
I got up early as I wanted to see The caves – <b>Font de Gaume</b> which the guide book had recommended, but I was not quick enough, I had not realised that they only allow 50 people into these caves per day and you need to be in the queue before it opens to be amongst them. This is to protect the paintings as ...