Auberge Les Myrtilles
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Caught a bus from Bouisset to Castre because I had hurt my foot so I met up with Peter and Sam in the afternoon. Wandered around Castre, sampling the patisseries. It was a cold, windy day a taste of the weather to come. I lit a candle at the church which surprisingly. was heated so quite inviting. Went to see a Goya exhibition and the gardens designed by Louis the fourteenth's gardener. Was good to be a tourist for the ...
... more of a wake up call for the individuals to change an aspect of their life or diet.
So here we are in our first campsite in France for a while, we actually did really well to get back into.the old travel ways and it was a well oiled machine yesterday with dinner and bedtime (however I did have to separate the twins as they would not stop tickling each other), but apart from this it was really nice to be back in Sven. It was ...
... had for 10mins and after they cool taking the skins off and we are going to freeze them to do with them what we please. We did mix them with a brill savoury sausage meat open pie, really delicious and a bit of crunchy texture. We took a canvass bag, a bag for life type and wondered into the woods, 15 mins later we had about 5 kilos of nuts by just picking them off the ground and being picky ...
For the first time we decided to leave our sun awning out over night. Big mistake! Most of our washing was dry, just the towels a bit damp, so as everything was very still and clear sky's we put our little rotary line under the awning. Change of weather middle of the night, wind got up and we could hear light rain. Thought ok, wouldn't last long which the rain didn't, but every so often there would be a gust of wind enough to flap the awning and wake us. So ...
... to drink. What a magical place. We were unfortunately stopped in our tracks by a valley filled with a steep thick sheet of melting snow. It was too risky to cross (although some braver people did!). I decided that with the tread on our shoes wearing a bit thin and the possibility of another snow slip, it would be in our best interests to turn back. It was still a fabulous day, capped off by our meal at the Michelin Star restaurant, Le Viscos. The chef, who is ...