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- Free High-Speed Internet
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A fortified village in another stunning location, is France really this good?!!! Had a busy day and relaxed for a beer in a local bar before heading back to Herman and some garlic prawns and French Bread that was delicious... A funny day really as it was 33 years since Giles' mum passed away, so we shared a few moments remembering her, God bless! ...
... Malanda. Unlike the bigger cities it's very well looked after. Lourdes is the 2nd largest city in France for tourists - Paris is No.1 We joined in the torchlight procession at 9pm with about 1000 other people. 6 million people come here annually. Around 30,000 a day visit the Grotto between April and October. Only 15,000 people actually live here. These are huge numbers for such a tiny ...
... selling the items, paint, seeds, clothes, furniture, cushions, etc all dyed with the woad.
Back to the group and we continued wandering down the street at a snail's pace (due to the walk 20 yards, lose a few people into shops, wait 20 minutes, then continue). Funny when we hit the store selling ballet slippers. Our guide told us that this shop supplies most of the slippers to the ballerinas in the Paris ballet and ...
... go across the street to a small market and get a baguette and some ham and cheese. Shades of remembering! When my husband and my daughter and I did our very first trip to France, we didn't have enough money to eat out all the time so we would get a baguette and ham and cheese and have sandwiches in our hotel room every night. I felt very cozy and maudlin having my sandwich but I wasn't walking so it was good. Thus ends my first day in ...
And so to our lodgings for the next three nights, Auberge Le Cousteau. This was an old Farmhouse with some other buildings on top of a hill. Here there was a large open fireplace, a friendly dog called Caramel and a weak wifi signal. We were taken to our various rooms - I was to be in one of the other houses on the other side of the road which was really a self-catering place for a large family but sufficed as a bedroom with the family bathroom all mine.