Camping des Sources Chaudes
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... interesting people. Anyway, we came "home" to our van, that we really enjoy, and cooked an excellent BBQ dinner of steak, champignons (we're in France, so they are not just common-old "mushrooms", please), spuds, garlic, and .....I've been leaving it 'till last......because I'm having a senior-moment and can't remember the name of the bloody things.....but they're also known as bell-peppers..... What do you call them....? Anyway, you know what I mean... ...
... of the chateau in 1997 and have been renovating and developing the site since then. They have lots of local French friends and English ones too, many of whom are here because they have visited and wanted to have a place here too! Yesterday evening we drove to Carcassonne, a walled, fortified town overlooking the newer city below. Amazing architecture and walk around the ramparts. I did persuade them to have a meal out and we sat in ...
So a bit of a gap in the blog because having arrived at La Redorte I have been swept into a couple of days of amazing hospitability, meals, lots of wine and outings.
So how did it start? SATURDAY, August 30th
I left my previous campsite saying au revoir to Anne and Gascon, the owners and lovey hosts. I told Gladys (satnav) to get me to La Redorte by the quickest route and blow the expense, so was routed through ...
... Hoorah". Would have been expensive, let alone annoying, if they were lost. Met the Robs at Maccas, and set off south. Very misty and we were hoping for great views of the Massif Central later. Looked at the Garabit rail viaduct, built 1882 and 565 metres long, impressive. Then on to Millau. The Millau road viaduct is 12th highest in the world; 270 metres high, 2.5 km long and has 7 pylons, over the River Tarn. ...
... Arrived at Gare de Lyon Paris & queued for taxi....never seen taxi numbers or traffic like it! Seemed like cars, people, bikes all going different directions to same place! Not sure whether there are road rules! Passed Place de la Republique in the City centre where there was a massive banned pro Palestinian protest being held. 1500 elite National Guards ...