Cerise Maisons Laffitte
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Despite the sunrise in our eyes and the fog of Autumn we got our guests to the Toulouse station in time, a quick hug goodbye and drove off still thinking of all the things we meant to say. We have had a great visit and know that they saw and experienced more than imagined. Looking forward to the next get together in Canada or Australia. On the way home by way of back roads ...
Anna brought in a big bowl of ripe figs she had picked from her neighbour's garden. Autumn ripeness is all around. Coffee and a walk round town then packing for Lyn and Craig . Meg prepared a farewell dinner and out hosts Chris and Anna joined us for Casanove 2009 champagne, cheese soufflées, cabbage rolls (Basquaise), poached figs with marscapone, and happy conversation. Early departure ...
A trip to the beach caused us to stop enroute in the historic university city of Bayonne. What a joy. The walled centre has a good selection of restaurants, central market, old chateau, and attractive setting on the junction of two rivers. Of course it was a Roman settlement, then Béarnaise, then English (300yrs), and now French while all the time it was a centre of Basque culture. The cathedral and 13 C cloister are grand, the walls ...
... edge of a 19C apartment building. We had a delightful lunch at Le Berry in the centreville, Lyn had French onion soup followed by escargot, we three saw sense and had salad nicoise followed by Chateaubriand, this was accompanied by a pitcher of rose. We had a stroll around the historic centre. Home for cheese, an époisse, garlic prawns then a round of canasta, the boy's are ...
A drive down the back roads to Lourdes was worthwhile because we found a fine old industrial town called Nay where the river had been diverted into a canal for the woollen mills and then a hosiery factory right past the homes of Industrialists and made for quite a charming town. We had coffee and cakes and bought a picnic array to enjoy in another riverside park upstream. Lourdes is big, 270 ...