Chateau De Codignat
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Travel Blogs from Clermont-Ferrand
... He had a line up forever. This must be something good. It was a 45 minute wait ... rather long but we had a yummy lunch - so much so I deserved a nap after. The chicken does not compare to Felix Chicken in Puertas Vallarta but nothing doss so... Christine and I did yoga on the grass at Sable Show while Caleb played soccer. The off to ping pong where heck froze over and the little man Caleb beat papa 5-3 ... Spaghetti and meatballs ...
With the late night we knew it would be a late start to the day. 2PM was the start of the Ping Pong tournament at Sable Show. Caleb and I played well in our first few matches. A few close losses along with a win or two. Then it was time for Caleb Versus Robert - the marquee match of the day. It was a fierce battle with incredible shots and both players leaving it all on the table. 11-9 was the final ! Caleb and I stayed for part two of the tournament and games ...
We started the day (yes late morning again - Caleb is still noting that the time change from Vancouver is still effecting him) by seeing that our market was indeed on today. Well then more fish and vegetables and a yummy breakfast. We visited the small town of Chamalieres which is basically a 'suburb' of Clermont. We wandered towards the biggest green space we could see on the map which ended up being a nice park where their city hall is located. There are some fountains to which ...
Our strata back at home are bothering us d'oh. Anyhow wandered over to cathedral for some soccer and football fun. Found out the cathedral is closed from noon to two pm each day. One day I will get to see the inside. Went over to Jaude area and had a nice lunch on a patio. Long conversation on how to cook our burgers - fellow was trying to tell us about all of the good vitamins ...
I saw a large green space on the map not for from our place so we took the bus over to explore. The park is situated up in the hills on the one side of the city and has great views to the cathedral and more. We wandered around and saw lots of picnic tables and found a children's play park. Around the next corner - another play park. On a rather slanted hill we played soccer for a while with totem poles as ...
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- Tennis Court
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- Swimming pool
- Room service