Arcantis Hotel Bellevue
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... much prettier, in Provence, for example.
A lunch at Marais restaurant provided us with the best beef carpaccio and spaghetti carbonara we have ever tasted (can you guess who ate which of those?)
Two photos of the pretty harbour off the main river. Mussels and Oysters are the thing here.
The last photo is of the unusual staircase in the house we are borrowing- one I have ...
... and seeing Alice on FaceTime, was a super extra birthday present for me. It is always so lovely catching up with our family but today being my birthday was even more special. I had a super day and in the evening our friends returned to Sega for a bottle of Prossecco to toast my birthday and Nick and Dot's wedding anniversary, Chris Flew on Grassholm joined us as well, then off we went to Oliver's Cooks for mussels, wine and David H playing his ...
... The next day after Dave left we went to the local market and bought mussels for me to cook in the evening as this was going to be our last day before moving off nearer to Rochefort, we also topped up on fresh food as we were not planning on getting to the marina until the lock opens at 12 on Saturday 25th so I could have my birthday on the 26th in Rochefort.I baked fresh bread for breakfast the following morning as we were due to leave by 9am, whilst it ...
... mix of Spanish and international songs.
They were applauded and financially supported by a huge crowd and one of the musicians had to warn parents to gather their children to allow a skip lorry down the street.
It was a fitting end to my Spanish odyssey and I tried to film a Spanish song om my camera with my shaking sweaty hands it will serve as a great memory of my weeks since I crossed over from Andorra back in May. After sadly, leaving the music behind I had the joy ...
... drivers park anywhere; do U-turns anywhere - even in one way streets. One guy, with his front mudguard dragging along the ground, parked on the footpath and then did a 4 point turn (holding up all traffic) to go back the way he came. We seemed to be at an unofficial drop off point for the station too - which explained all the U turns on the one way street, which started just near us. I mean - who wants to ...