Grand Hotel d'Orleans
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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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 ...
... What a walk! On to Uzerche again, the 11th, with views, walks and electricity. Another quiet night. Now resting at a new aire here at Negrepelisse, OK, close to the town and near he river L'Aveyron - walking here too with loads of walnuts in the bag. So far brilliant, moving South, warmer and drier and nicely rested doing lots of walking preparing for the longer and harder walks in the ...
... 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 ...
Today we went on a adventure to have a picnic with some of Roland and Fabienne's friends. The place where we were meeting was around an hours drive from Fonsorbes, in the countryside. The countryside is so pretty as it is all rolling hills of green. A couple of months ago all these hills were covered in sunflowers. And we even drove past a field of sunflowers that was obviously 'late bloomers'. It was a fine clear day and you could see the ...
We met up with our new friend Thierry today in Montauban where he took us on a walking tour of his "pink" town. The towns of Montauban and Albi, along with city of Toulouse, are known as the 'pink' cities due to the pink/red brick used extensively in the construction of its buildings. The brick makes a nice change to white stone which most of the buildings are constructed from in the area.
Our first stop was a visit to the police station where we ...