Logis Au Canard Gourmand
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at 6:30, take a taxi to our hotel, carry our bags up 2 flights of stairs to the reception desk and then relax in our rooms for a bit. We have a great view of the harbour, which is must across the road. We head downstairs for a refreshing ale and then wander the foreshore until we find a restaurant we like the look of. Seafood for dinner, a promenade around the harbour and then back to the hotel for the night. Full on explore in the ...
... here! Once everyone's settled in, we head out for a cooling ale just around the corner from the hotel, then it's back for a quick change and then out for dinner at Coco Sweet, the restaurant where we spent a few hours this afternoon. Had a lovely wine with dinner, the same as Rob and I had last night in Toulouse and the rest of the group also enjoyed it. The boys had cigars in the courtyard after dinner and the rest of us went up for bed. Day ...
... anxious. We old salts of river/canal cruising are too busy marvelling at it all to be worried that it might fall on our heads, of course it won't. 80 mins later, we're at the disembarkation point and we walk about 3kms back to the hotel via the town centre. All in all, a great morning out. This afternoon, we had a bit of a rest after lunch - great time to catch up on the writing and posting photos. We went for a walk later in the afternoon to check ...
... cold in FRANCE so that makes it OK. As we were walking around I managed to get shouted at by some random strange bloke who seems to have something against tourists. Not sure what bothered me more, the random shouting or that he picked me so easily as a tourist! Anyway, a gin and tonic followed by yet another lovely meal soon got our mojo back. It continues to rain and we're hoping for finer weather tomorrow. I'll let you know how that goes ...
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.