Best Western Beau Site Notre Dame
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Beau Site Notre Dame Rocamadour
Travel Blogs from Rocamadour
So a new month and we get closer to Christmas but still the sun keeps shining. Its bloody lovely in France. Back to school at the start of the week and Ruby was a bit wobbly as expected but got over it soon enough. The rest of us have just about managed to get through the week unscathed although this has not been helped by me suffering from a terrible case of flu de monsieur. Yes it would appear that this is ...
... sat on the bank as the sun reflected off the water and ate our bounty in the warm sunshine. Then the girls played around for a while amusing themselves although they were slightly disappointed that no swimming was allowed. It was incredibly serene and relaxing and we just lazed for a while until it was time to head for home. Then today was just a lazy day. Another perfect day we sat on the balcony and ate our lunch, we hung out and Jess lay about in the ...
... such efficient shoppers so I spent the next hour and a half hanging around in shops as they first of all picked out swimsuits and then shoes which was doubly frustrating for me as it ruined my cunning plan of quickly getting what we needed and then going and getting some patisserie. By the time we had all the shoes we needed it was time to go home so I missed out. So a funny old day really as we weren't very organised but hey, new shoes, so the girls were all ...
... little English spoken but we did ok understanding the menu. Phil had his favourite, an entrecôte steak and I had duck breast both delicious and full of garlic. This was followed by profiteroles to share, my favourite. Oh yes and for good measure, a bottle!!! of very nice white wine. Tomorrow it's off to the coiffure for Tess, followed by a trip to a dealers, should be interesting! as they do not speak any English. So no more loitering outside the TIC to upload the ...
... guessed from the title of this entry, Rocamadour is well known for its pilgrimage and has been a Christian holy site since the 10th century, however, there is evidence that the area was used for worship as far back as the stone age due to cave paintings found in the rock caves around the town. Pilgrimage to the town started in 1156 after the well preserved remains of St Armadour were found. It is believed that St Armadour was married to St Veronica and ...