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... the city center for his job. He is one of the nicest French people I’ve met since being in France. On the floor below us is Angus’s room, on the first floor is 2 living rooms a dining room and the kitchen, and the back part of the house is where Sheila lives and another part is where Laetitia and her family live. The other half of the house that has a little courtyard is separate because they rent that out to I think 4 different tenants. The rest of the tenants on ...
Today's distance 410Km
I woke up in a strange mood, probably from the nightmare I had. In my dream I was with my friend Dean in his car, a clapped out old Ford Sierra with no glass where there should be windows and a windscreen. He had driven us into a really dodgy area of some unknown town, which later became the area I grew up, and we were confronted by a gang armed with knives and bats (not the mammals!). They tried to mug us but Dean drove away, a ...
... century repairs. It is a real melange of building materials, from stone to old bricks to more modern bricks, to a wooden bell tower. The medieval carved entrance is suitably aged, and the doors themselves are amazing - about 10 inches thick, built of heavy wood and reinforced with more heavy wood. They are so heavy that they have a metal wheel on the bottom that rolls on a curved metal track for opening and closing.
The Abbey Cloister is ...
... the unmarked footpath downhill and had a very pleasant walk down through the trees, listening to some lovely birdsong. We couldn't see the birds or identify the song, but did see a couple of black kites hovering above.
The day began with a lazy morning. Our plan had been to head out for the morning and perhaps spend the afternoon back at the cottage at the pool, however it was a bit cooler and cloudier than we had expected so we were in no great hurry. All the local kids were at school for the day - a pretty long day for them. The older kids leave home at 8am and get home at 4.45pm and the younger kids leave at 8.40am and get home at 4.30pm. ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility