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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. …
... last week. Went on a 3 hour walking tour after breaky. This took us in the footsteps of Bernadette. We had a pretty good look around yesterday so really didn't need to do the whole 3 hours. I'm not understanding the public toilet situation in Lourdes. In particular the men's. You can see straight into the urinals!! What's doin there?? I thought it was a poor design with one toilet block but then it was at every ...
Today we had a city tour of Bordeaux which was quite a surprise to us. In the18th century after the fire of London The king decided all the timber buildings be replaced with sandstone which has to be seen to believe. It is now UNESCO World Heritage there are beautiful fountains bridges and buildings.
After lunch we travelled to Lourdes to the Hotel Grotte for the night. ...
Up early and away on our journey to Spain. No spectacular things to stop for, especially as there was quite extensive sea fog early on. Made more strange as it was very windy. Ran out of that as we were part way across the Pyrenees. Interesting trip though, lots of little Spanish villages, very picturesque, basque, Castilian. Plenty of tunnels of varying lengths. Makes for a much quicker trip of course. Some ruins of some of ...
... procession. Jaw dropping, we had been told it was but in reality it was unbelievable. There must have been just shy of 10,000 in the procession and another 1000+ watching. People just kept coming. Most carried lighted candles - there would have been 1000 in chairs or beds and they were wheeled into the centre once they had participated in the kilometre long walk. Others filled up down the sides while the walkers at the rear of the crowd came into the ...