Auberge du Puits
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... there is no mop! Seriously the house is covered in wood and tiles but not a mop could be seen!! So.I had to fashion something with an old rag and a broom, the rag had to be rung out by hand! Anyway we will be purchasing a mop on our return. We were all packed and ready to go and just about to settle down for family film night, and we got a phone call from my dad. He had just had a heart attack and was in Leeds intensive care. To ...
... there was a very big black cloud that looked like it was heading our way and yes, it was coming our way, we jumped back into Pierre and the heavens opened and how lovely when you are inside, with a nice China mug of steaming hot Earl Grey, bliss. If it stops raining we plan a walk along the river and maybe another walk into town, as their 2 hour lunch should be over!!! about 4pm. So set about putting up photos of ...
... understood I wouldn't be a regular at Le Cheveu d'Ange, which she was probably quite grateful for. It turned out ok though, not quite as I usually have it but it looked okay and Phil liked it very much. Whilst I was gone Phil was feeling much better and decided to look at the solar panel, as the battery was low. This meant having to poke his head out of the skylight in the bedroom and seeing it was quite dusty, thought he'd wash it. So next he took a small bowl ...
... found her chip (after several attempts, it's no longer in her neck but in her side), checked her temperature and listened to her heart. Then listen to her heart again! "I think she has a murmur and it seems it might be enlarged". After finding out what the consequences were and diagrams drawn, we decided to have an X-ray. He could fit us in at 4.30 (unheard of in Britain). So back to Pierre again, this time the dog that ...
... but on our last day Brad found one open and we finally had amazing croissants. Our last meal in Lyon was memorable: great food at what looked like a little dive on the river. We made the trek into the countryside on Tuesday. The house is awesome, except for the spotty and bad wifi. Joe loves the pool and we have tried to make sure he gets some play time there rather than just driving around and seeing sights. Wednesday we went to the market in Sarlat and just ...