Chateau de la Cazine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... sector of town.
We had a pleasant walk amongst the shops and then started looking for a dejeuner (lunch) venue. We found this beautiful courtyard in the old town with 5 restaurants, surrounded by 300-400 year old buildings. By now, 12:20 tables were starting to fill fast.....Sue perused all the menus and decided on this little place in the corner. We strolled up looking for a table and the young waiter ...
... that if you need to use the bathroom, you go while you are on the train, because it's handy, and it's free. One day on the way back to Nice, we got on a train which was absolutely beaten up. The cars were easily 30+ years old. The outside was covered with graffiti. The inside was very, very worn and tired. ************e else was riding on it either. We knew the train was heading our direction, but we were not sure how far past our stop ...
... good ambiance to offer us.
We awoke to a flurry of snow like icing sugar on the ground, with a 285 mile journey ahead to Perpignan we set off early down the A75. As we climbed higher and higher into the range of hills Mont de la Margeride in Lozere towards St. Flour we reached upto 1200 metres and the snow falling more heavily. The roads needed much caution and we were reminded of this by the sight of a car that had just skidded into the barrier,and was a ...
... weeks. We rushed over to the Eurocar Rental office to pickup our sports car and we got a Peugeot the lady at the counter said it was the Cadillac of sports cars (see picture for your self do you agree with her!!!)
Once out of the train station we headed north to the Village of Saint-Roman-de-Malegarde every where you looked the countryside was just beautiful with vineyards, Chateaus, villages that have been there for centuries. Anybody who enjoys history would love ...
... nite. The humidity must be high as nothing seems close to being ready to wear. We will head out later for a bite to eat. We are tryingto dry the load of washing we did last nite. The humidity must be high.
We went on 'walk about' on Ille Louis - ate at 'Les Fous De L'lle. I had braised leaks/salad with vinagrette - guinea fowl (main) and PK had Fois Gras with pickled onion and salmon with mashed celeric with a lovely sauce (main course). Also ...