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Always Good. Have used this chain many times and not disappointed.
Simple, clean, affordable
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After Carcassonne we headed away to find a restaurant that Patrick and Jerome had raved about. Best Bean Cassoulet in the world! Took a while but we found it, and Eric the chef, who informed us that they were fully booked and couldn't seat us today. Never mind.
Headed in a roughly southwest direction looking for back roads to Andorra. …
... 8216;bear’ to take his skis back and go to the chemist – yes he had gone down with a cold – and we had to look forward to another day of him lying on the sofa watching old episodes of Top Gear. Whilst Stefan was out some tourists without chains made a wrong turn and got stuck down our drive, so Stefan had to pull them out. So much for a day preparing for family coming out for a week on the Saturday. What joy to have normal people to ...
... there’s Dodge dragging Poppy across the lounge floor by her leg! He obviously wasn’t hurting her or she would be squealing, but it didn’t look good!
Feeding time is another challenge. Dodge, who has become a complete pig as far as food is concerned, does at least know that he is not allowed to lick out any of the cat dishes until they have finished. Not so Poppy. Even though she may have the same food as Clyde in a different dish, she always ...
... place. It’s called the legend of the eagle and the trout, and as a foundational myth it’s not half bad.
All in all, Lourdes wasn’t a very important place until 1858. That’s when a semi-illiterate teenager, the daughter of the mill owner and his wife who had been in and out of bankruptcy, was headed to the river and stopped at natural cave area, a grotto, now called the Massabielle cave, because she saw and heard something. It was ...
... from the usual maintenance, painting and repairs we always have to do, our projects are done here and with itchy feet, perhaps it is time to find a new one. Will the boat sell next year? Who knows. Will I ever write that book? Not sure, but do know that I need to do something new or get involved in with a new interest to keep me going or I will end up like the other little old ladies up here in their cleaning tabards, lisle stockings and sensible ...