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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... flies clinging to the warm stones of the house and enough of them that you could hear a low buzz. Paul had been attacked by flies while working in his garden and when questioned told us he had never seen numbers of flies like this. We do live on a farm, and yes there are generally flies around because of the cows and the manure but that is part of life in the country. I turned to the internet and determined that the flies were trying to hibernate for the winter, they must know that ...
... No one even noticed my departure. My husband arrived much later and collapsed in bed snoring, dead to the world. I had to move down to the other bedroom to avoid the noise and went back to sleep with the door shut. The sound of voices approaching woke me up from a dead sleep, and I rushed down the hall to wake my husband, no small feat!!!! the voices were getting louder and closer and you could hear them shouting Dominique debout, get up in French. I ...
... turns and 'turn around when possible' and ignored them! Gladys sulked and Doris kept trying to gently persuade me to get onto the peage over the hill. In the end, on nearing Bordeaux, I admitted I needed them and they got back on task without any sulking or attitude. Great girls. So we're camped about 4 hours from Roscoff. Hopefully tomorrow I'll reschedule my crossing for Saturday and spend tomorrow ...
... more humid than Maisdon.
It's a very beautiful city with a rich history and when I get back from our trip I will post more about it with photos.
Today in the news , Hollande's ex partner, and former First Lady of the Élysées Palace, as well as a reputable journalist,Valerie Terweiller aka the Rotweiler has written a tell all book about her life with the President. It was published in secret outside of France and only 200, 000 copies ...
... hand I managed to make a lovely plum tart, with the fabulous ready made crust that you can purchase in any supermarket. I especially like the flaky puff pastry without any additives and of course lots of butter. I had to add some fresh peaches to the tarte because I did not have enough plums. Paul harvested our plums (mirabelle ) in July when our two trees were heavy with fruit and then bagged them ...