Chateau de la Caze
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... crushing mobile campers and were littered on the trails. Thankfully no one was hurt.
And then we slept in our campsite, in our little golf. Driver and passenger seats folded all the way back in the rain with the storm happening around us.
p.s. Jon did a thorough scope out of our campsite, no large trees in the area that could land on us and even moved the car a little just to be sure - safety first!
... the Tender almonds kiss, sea water dessert, Langoustine with tomato velvet and the Dragon shaped after dessert chocolate/biscuit shaped artistic creation. It may sound la-deeda and it was. So yummy, so expensive and so enjoyable. At the end we went out to the outdoors setting where we could view the 17 plus stuff energetically working in the kitchen.
It was very late home (after 1 am) and then we had to get up reasonably ...
... farm! Nice room, but the milking shed is too close to the house. Phew! We have a simple meal in town at a Bar Brasserie with a small crowd watching the soccer. Early night in order. Karen took us on a scenic route today which was efficient for distance and time, but rather windy roads have taken their toll on ...
Well we had an amazing encounter early this evening with the young Czech man who we encountered several times in Le Puy the day before we left. He was so excited to see us as we were to see him. He never thought he would see us again and we never thought he would make it this far. Nor did he. He had taken our advice and bought new hiking boots, thrown out his other shoes, lightened his pack by several kilos (mailed some things home) and had even traded ...
... alone while we were walking. Generally the path is in good shape except when we descend and then it can be steep and rough and we have to walk carefully. We enjoy the picnics. We have been buying "traditional baguettes" versus regular baguettes and they are much better. Today's baguette was bought in a boulangerie that had been run by the same family since ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChateau de la Caze Sainte-Enimie
Staying in a chateau that's 500 years old...great bar and restaurant too
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