Chateau De Longcol
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We are here at Conques!!! A 22 km walk, and not particularly demanding, now that we realise that there is no flatness anywhere round here...just hills and mountains in every direction. We left at 7.45, a record early for us, as we wanted to get as far as possible before the bad weather hit. And it was beautiful walking weather - cool enough, cloudy but so far high enough not to be threatening. So we ...
... Ferrand but everyone laughed & told us there was nothing there and it was also out of our way heading to Uzes! Not ones to mess about, we promptly found a fabulous 3 star hotel right on the canal in Sete. So different from everywhere else - no castles, churches or chateaus! Some river boat jousting to celebrate the end of summer and a choice of thousands of cafe and restaurants! What more could you ask for? It took us all of half an hour to find a ...
... i cooked lamb fillets with mushroom and cheese stuffed potatoes served with salad. A very nice local red to accompany.
Dave is listening to music in the lounge but I am sitting in the conservatory because it is the best place to get the wifi.
We leave here tomorrow and return the car. A night in Toulouse then off to Venice. I have loved France very much. It is a great place to holiday and to ...
... steak, baked potatoes, mushrooms in garlic and served with salad. Was tasty with local wine. Dave made a huge batch of strong garlic butter yesterday and has been dosing me with garlic bread to try and drive this cold away! I don't know about the cold but it may drive away other people for the next week.
We spent a couple of hours this afternoon at the pool, swimming, lying around, repeat. I ...
... which is where we thought we were headed earlier but there was not a lot to see.
We made our meals too. Le petit dejeuner was a croissant with eggs, sausage and tomato. Dejeuner was a croissant with ham and cheese followed by the sweetest of ripe peaches, Dinner was garlic bread, pasta parcels in tomato sauce and a green ...