Le Mas De Jouas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... pictures with all the guests and the family then the reception. Once cocktail hour is over, which was outside in the garden since it was such a beautiful day, everyone sits for dinner which is a 3-4 hour ordeal. The bridal party, me included, had worked on a number of animations, games, and quizzes that keep the guests entertained between courses. There were slideshows of the bride and groom growing up and when they met, they had a "lip dub", which was a video ...
... for our next destination, and was fascinated as he seemed to try to take us along every minor road in the route get here.... Treas was beside herself! Here we were, wending our way, zig-zagging across the map at a mind-boggling 40-50kph, along a "white" road.... A fricken "white" road!......, when there is a "yellow" road, and a "red" road going in roughly the same direction......!!! Now, I can't say I disagree with your logic , sweetheart, but I'm only ...
But the day starts very overcast and not even very warm. And still it goes on. No problem. It's lovely to relax and read. Reading a good book on 'prayer' . Giving me ideas for talks and stuff. Talking to a Dutch lass who was very interested in TCP and trying to persuade her Mum and Dad that she could come and do some volunteer stuff while Learning English and Swahili! I ...
Today we woke up and picked up our Aunty Mary that will stay with us for a while.
After all the stress and trying to find the terminal that she will come out of we found her at the terminal that mum and Edie were at.
We drove to a town called Cabrerets.
We had a nice picnic there with Mary and there was a great view there.
After that we went for a walk and looked in some shops that were really not ...
... have seen many pilgrims in this area - across from where we are staying is one of the Camino paths. It is over 1200 kms to Santiago from here - that is a very long way when you are walking! We expected Lauzerte to be as busy as Saint-Cirque Lapopie but it was pretty deserted. It has an amazing collection of old stone houses dating from 14th to 16th centuries. Some are in excellent condition but others very dilapidated. These are the kinds of places that give you ...