Aquitaine Hotel Restaurant La Prune D'Or
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... what it was like back in the day. It was a massive castle with houses and shops and everything. It looks exactly like something out of Robin Hood. Very fun to explore. Stoned walkways. Very yummy French lunch before we cross the border into Spain. And we have made it to ...
... dealer, several Pilotes. Went through the French we needed and went in. After trying to explain and showing photos he said in reasonable English he was not a Pilote dealer, they were a mile down the road! So we confidently drove into the next dealer thinking we knew what to say with a splattering of French only to find they spoke no English what so ever!!!!! At least we had the photos which we thought would help. Oh no! The ...
... catastrophe!! When we arrived at our B&B, we opened the gate into the garden and there was our hostess, a skinny, quite old woman lying on a chaise longue smoking!! She is very pleasant and our room is in a separate little building, door opening straight into the garden (no stairs!!!) and very light and airy and characterful!! So we are happy, and apparently we go down to the only restaurant -Le Cardinale - for our ...
... through 2 small and beautifully kept villages, and then arrived here before 2, and had to wait until 3 when our place opened. Found a pretty shady park to sit and read and chat, which I am sure by 5 pm will be full of the village people playing boules. Now, our room tonight!! I think this may be the best yet!!! Charming Dutch hosts who of course can speak to everyone in whatever language they need, and our room ...
... Fete, and a walk around the town. The fete is in a newly renovated hall, and is well attended, with lots of people arriving from different villages. We have read the signs for it, saying it is a three-course meal, including a chicken main course. The poultry part of the menu is provided by a mobile rotisserie in a van, similar to what we have seen at the markets. Apparently lots of villages have these get-togethers, but you would feel out of place just going to one ...
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