The Retreat @ Le Grand Bois
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... many of the fruits and veggies yet as our hosts took us for dinner last night and we did lunch out today. However, it is lovely to look at and I need fruit for a still-life painting class I am doing tomorrow.
Our first touring effort in our host's rather elegant Audi was to the unbelievably beautiful (stop me if I use this term more than 100 times) nearby medieval bastide village of Pujols. It is actually a designated "Beaux Village de France" ...
... UK from Bergerac. Last year on the Lot, we played leap frog with a large French barge called Kevin. Kevin with a ‘C’ we called it– a family joke about an unfortunate boyfriend and I will leave you to work it out! It’s a huge boat, always taking up the whole of any pontoon and until this year we didn’t realise that it was a commercial business, taking passengers up and down the river. We were having a doze when there was a knock on the door ...
... see the old flat bottomed boats that were used to carry all sorts of freight up and down the river. The small squares with gardens and the old timbered houses were delightful to see. A really nice old town. The outskirts were not so good!!!
After Bergerac we stopped off in a wonderful Beaux small town of France called Limeuil which we just loved. You have to park below the village and walk as there is not much room between houses..
... more biking is needed to hit this goal. We stopped in a small quaint village and thought we would have a midi dijenuer, sat down got told off, wrong table, had to move then got ignored, well we didn't feel like giving the our euros so we flagged it and had a picnic instead and it was wonderful in the town of Limeuil where the Dordogne and Vezere rivers meet. Les Eyziers is where all the mountain bike trails are meant to ...
Leaving Bayonne & Great New Friends
Our last breakfast with our friends Melanie & Vincent, hugs then they were off to work as we waved goodbye from their balcony.
Showered then took our bikes & gear to the car about 1km away in acar park that cost 1 Euro per day, local knowledge. Back to town to get a coffee and some food for the road trip. Jacqui the co pilot set the GPS and we were off towards ...