Appart'Hotel Le Cours Moreau
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... ridiculous, perhaps the comercants are waiting in hope for rich Arabs, Americans or Russian oligarchs or more likely they are in fools paradise. In Foix, a very attractive medieval fortified town on the French side of the Pyrenees, a cafe owner bemoans the French economy and politicians yet charges double the price of her counterpart across the border in Spain.
Just for a bit of fun, mention the costs of the peage to Monsieur if you want to see a ...
... towards the end. However, the lunch was delicious. A typical French meal with many courses and some wine.
Finally, we went to a small Renaissance style castle and got a tour from the owner. The castle was beautiful and had been in his family for 11 generations! Then we got a tour of the winery and vineyards, it was super interesting to see how they make all their ...
... The Church, Yea, Yea. So in I go and spent a while in Awe and then remembered I never had a place to sleep.....So I asked and. Low and behold as I was walking up the sleepy town a woman stopped and gave me a drive to the Only hotel open in the village,!!!! If you are not sure of GOD'S Providence. Please look it up!!! So when I checked in he made me a cheese omelette and it was from another world....I was TIRIED , ...
... When we arrived, the house was warm and very welcoming. It is a lovely two story country house about 0.9 km out of town. That night I cooked up Fajitas for all. The next day was a leisurely day with a jog to start. We then walked into town to look around to get some supplies. We wanted to cook a Beef Bourgeois that my sister had recommended. Communicating in French was an experience for us all, but the locals were very helpful and friendly. The kids had a ball as they ...
... if I had really been acting maturely about it.
But some things just touch us in ways that can't really be explained, or can't really be rationalised away. Sometimes the effect something has on us surprises even ourselves, and it doesn't make sense, but logic isn't really going to help. The best we can do, despite recognising our irrationality, is to listen to the feeling, and let it have its say, acknowledge it, and give it the space to be. Rather than feeling ...