Chateau de la Cazine
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Probably the most challenging drive yet. The GPS and I missed two LH turns and took himself and Harry over the Tauren Pass, above the tree line. Going up was hard work, but coming down was nerve wracking. We got some strange looks from local people as we drove down -` where did they come from?' Found a super campsite in the small enchanting town of Hall in Tirol. Got soaked as we walked into town that evening. Lots of little shops ...
... themed party in the cave that night! I had had many wines by this time and the rest of the night just flew by, more dancing, more laughing, more drinking and that's enough said. Sadly, were leaving the Chateau tomorrow, I had really enjoyed our time here ! It was so peaceful and relaxing and we had awesome weather. But of course there are many exciting places to come! The next stop is the French Rivera and a night in Monaco ...
... so now we have to take an even further route out of our way. We are closer to england than we are to holland. rae is getting the hang of the ropes ( excuse the pun) we are fairly wizzing through the locks. some long stretches between them is making for faster legs. Still plenty of wildlife on the banks. I Didnt realise France had kingfishers but there are lots of them. I cant be sure but I think it was an otter ...
... Decided to go to Faucon we heard they have a boulangerie that makes the most magnificent lemon tarts so the search is on this morning no name just a general area. We were up to the challenge, believe it or not we found the bakery and the tart yes it was exceptional sat under a patio with trees and enjoyed the view of the valley below savoring every bit of the tart. After the tart experience we took a walk around the medievale village, the name Faucon means Falcon.
... the street neighbors, who quickly realized we didn’t belong, offered to help and jumped in their car and lead the way to our B and B. Our B and B is very nice and the room is spacious and comfortable. Our hosts Patrice and Beatrice are very gracious. The house is set in a pine forest surrounded by lawns and gardens with lovely view out towards the forest and is very private. We met Toulene, the huge white pyrennes (certainly much bigger than ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility