Premiere Classe Tarbes - Bastillac
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... the bar and have down time (and wifi!). We have definitely moved into hillier country, but every now and then still come across flat expanses of corn. But we have also moved back to many cows again, and quite a lot of poultry farms. Had to do some ups and downs today, which was good practice, because we are approaching the mountains. And we are back to really gorgeous views. There was some rain in the night, but again we were lucky. Put on ponchos for a few ...
... Sunday's parade was interesting. A few tatty Yankee cars and a handful of Harley Davisons. Not quite what we expected. And then another long lunch in the sun at Cazes. Monday is market day in Castelnaudary. And it's a people's market, not a tourist market. And for dinner we went to Revel to the American diner.
Tuesday was windy and intermittent cloud. But in the morning we visited Revel shopping and it tipped down with rain. Over the other ...
Our hosts took took us to their favourite restaurant for lunch. Chris being Dutch, we went dutch and had a good meal of mushroom and slow egg, veal with fresh pasta, and cocoa iced parfait with a very good 2011 Domaine Lapeyre madiran. Packing filled the evening and then the movie 'Ghost Writer' on TV. We drive up to the Dordogne district ...
... and then watched Donald Trump confound his critics by being comfortable and agile in the Republican hopefuls debate. His most telling point was that he takes no money from private or business interests and can claim no indebtedness. I would still be appalled if he were ...
... We ended up following part of the Tour de France, stopping at Lac de Payolle. This is in the Pyrenees national park. You can camp where you like. Bikers, cyclists, walkers, cars and vans all live happily alongside ponies and cattle. The cows have a leader who wears a bell.
The daytime is high twenties, but the night is chilly. There are two or three souvenir shops and cafes at the edge of the park, but nothing ...