L'Auberge des Etangs
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... We changed our clothes in the car because we couldn't be bothered to walk all the way back to the Hotel. It cost us €60 to play 9 holes, you would have thought there would have been a reduction for the inconvenience. We were told the new clubhouse is opening next Easter...well they had better get a move on then! The first tee has a temporary green, all the others are as normal. We both had a lovely time and finished up with a score of ...
... it's not surprising the local restaurants offer "fish if the day" on their menu. Time for a hot drink and lunch we made our way back to town. Sale à l'étage had seats in the sun so that's where we had a tea/coffee and a panini. It got so warm we took our ***********. 18°! We walked, uphill now, back towards the old town. We took more photos of various statues of art, before deciding it was time for a nice large glass ...
... we decided on The Swan. Dave commented that his soup wasn't very "fishy"...I suggested that was probably because he had ordered French Onion soup! I had roasted cod for my main course, while Dave had sea bass. Both were delicious, washed down with a carafe of red. Then came the fondant chocolate, creme caramel and a coffee €64. It's reasonably mild out tonight so we didn't rush back, taking time to take photos of the cathedral in ...
... and are given the option of taking the 16:45 at same price, or, 16:00 for £20 extra, we opt to pay the £20.
By now, it is raining heavily, with accompanying thunder and lightening.
Shopping and sight seeing (in that order!) A quick walk round the ramparts then lunch at La Petite Auberge in the old town. Moules et Frites of course! Started to rain slightly as we went into the crypt of the Notre Dame, was chucking it down when we came ...