Chateau de L'Yeuse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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Friday 30 October. Left Bordeaux and headed for Jarnac. Not a long drive. Very pretty countryside, parts of it looked familiar. Bit like coming home, which after two months is looking good. It will certainly be great to take the bags out of the car and not have to put them all back in the morning. Stopped at the supermarket and got some milk and headed for 3 Allee Grand Maisons. Relaxed for the rest of the afternoon. Went for a walk down ...
... 8 mins or so. You buy a ticket at the get on get off stops, validate it on the tram and away you go. With a map of the network it's very easy to get around. Each line is colour coded as our rail system is, but also has a letter, ABC&D in the matching colour which makes it easy to identify if you're getting on the right tram. You'll have noticed I'm shifting between train and tram because I'm not sure what to call them. All I know is they look very ...
... enquiry by Noels, a very kind Burger King deliverer, on his motor bike, led us to... wait for it, to the same hotel! Ohh the disappointment. Looked up another on our phone and finally managed a bed about 8 pm all very tired and ready for a hot shower and some food. Next day we decided against going back to Portugal but rather head north to Gijon which is on the northern border of Spain. Had booked a house through airBnb about 10km out of Gijon which was ...
We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
The bread- a staple everywhere in France- a light, crusty baguette for less than one euro.
And finally, of course, cheap but reasonable wines for around €3 to €5 a bottle in the supermarket, or €8 to €12 a half litre carafe in a restaurant.
France has so many lovely places to visit, but we would return year after year for the food alone!
We have already booked our French ...