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Vandaag rond de middag in Larée, midi-Pyrenées, aangekomen met bijzonder mooie, warm zonnig weer. Wij verblijven hier enkele dagen bij mijn broer Luc en schoonzus Marijke, die hier sinds begin dit jaar definief wonen. Vanuit hun huis en tuin hebben we een prachtig uitzit op de weidse wijngaarden, velden en bossen in de omgeving …
... explains it all as well. They also have a restaurant here; as it is Sunday it was closed unfortunately, however the shop has an array of pre-cooked tinned or bottled fare. We bought a delicious cassoulet of duck for dinner (we had purposely run down our supplies on the boat so that we didn't have to transport a lot of food) as well as some other delicacies.
A wee bit of planning for the next couple of days over happy hour, then an early night all round.
... this famous drink. We had a couple of hours looking around the town and then retired back to the boat for Happy Hour to cool off. The weather finally turned (it has been threatening for a few days) and huge spots of rain started falling. Fortunately we have a couple of large umbrellas, so we didn't have to stray from the top deck. I don't quite know how it happened, but one of the umbrellas ended up in the river. Only ...
... tired looking. We wonder how the French businesses actually make money as they seem to open and close as it suits them. The Armagnac distillery for example stated it was open Saturdays until 5pm and we turned up at 3.50 to be told they had decided to close. Most businesses close at 12 and that includes banks, museums, places of interest, most restaurants, most shops and even supermarkets. They can then re-open whenever they feel like it ...
... a bit of a shower of rain earlier so we sheltered under our Motorhome supplied umbrellas on the fly bridge while having happy hour. When there was a break in the drops Mandy shook hers out and lent it against the railing but didn't realise there was a gap there and it plunged into the decidedly yellow tinged murky waters. Sir Galahad Leicester raced to the rescue throwing out one of the ropes to lasoo the umbrella before it sank as it was out ...
How has this castle rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking