Chateau Royal de Saint Saturnin
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
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After a long and tiring journey we arrived at our campsite. Weather is lovely so went for an uphill walk in the evening. Just enjoying a beer in the bar now. Day by the pool tomorrow me thinks. Did a little reading by the van after breakfast and then dozed off. After lunch went and had a dip in the pool. After some much needed sunbathing we decided to have a game of tennis - Sue cheated of course! Sat in the shade now with cool beer ...
The Puy de Dome district is an area of extinct volcanoes in the southern part of France. We stayed at a village perched on the side of a rocky steep hillside called Saint Nectaire. It is famous for its certain types of cheese and they had a cheese shop there to try it.
The hotel we stayed at was owned by a Dutch guy and ...
... for Volvic waters. Booked in and set up the temperature read 30.5c I was melting, we made for the pool complex and spent the rest of the afternoon in and out of the water. Looking at the menu in the camp restaurant we decided to be lazy and eat in there, so a quick run out to fuel the motors, change and seated for 1900hrs, good stuff. Back now showered, alarm on for the next ...
... water sources bubbling up out of the ground. Again this was completely free of charge, although you were only allowed to take the Celestin water, the other 3 waters were only available with a prescription from the doctor…….however somehow we managed to gain entry to this area and tried all of the waters which were all equally as disgusting and ranged in temperature from 21.5 degrees to 41 degrees….ugh! What a change it ...
... and a part-reconstruction of a building. This is the Roman Temple of Mercury which was discovered during the installation of a weather station and is now a major attraction in itself as we learned from the audio-guide in the exhibition centre. Those Romans got everywhere and didn't seem daunted by obstacles that got in their way such as a 436m (base to summit) lump of volcanic rock. As we made our way down to the cafe for a hot chocolate and pastries, we ...