Hotel Cheval Blanc
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Friday 30 October. Left Bordeaux and headed for Jarnac. Not a long drive. Very pretty countryside, parts of it looked familiar. Bit like coming home, which after two months is looking good. It will certainly be great to take the bags out of the car and not have to put them all back in the morning. Stopped at the supermarket and got some milk and headed for 3 Allee Grand Maisons. Relaxed for the rest of the afternoon. Went for a walk down ...
... away with the ducks and white swans that paddled very quickly to us when they realised we had bread. What a treat. And I heard a little boy about five, obviously learning to count, run up to the edge and yell out, 'Papa, cinque Cygnes'. Yes there were five, two males, 1 female and two very big grey/brown babies. We may well do a day trip somewhere this week before we head to Villers Bretonneux on Saturday 7th Nov. So will post this one now and pick that up ...
... to find. And all we had to do was just find the place where the poor fellow, Javier, said he'd meet us to guide us to the house. Anyway we ended up following a local doctor in her car to the meeting spot after her receptionist kindly phoned Javier and was able to explain in Spanish what had happened to us. His English was 'little' our Spanish was 'minuscule'. The house was tucked away on the side of a hill down a maze of very narrow country lanes, in a place ...
We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
... a couple of weeks.
Our first introduction to Saintes was an English telephone box on a roundabout.. don't ask me why.
Our second was these strange constructions on the riverside- there seemed to be little point to them except they provided a green plastic grass path for kids to run on.
This is a beautiful once Roman town, with many Roman remains, on the banks of the ...