Hotel Club du Soleil Le Pas du Loup
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Yesterday, we had the best day. Let me start this entry with the fact that a few weeks ago Conor, Kevin and I road-tripped to Peille, a medieval village just past Nice to explore the town. On our way there we took a wrong turn and ended up in Peillon - the city just before Peille. Before we figured out our mistake we explored the town some, and ended up on an awesome hiking trail for about 30 minutes before Google informed us we were in the wrong place. My point ...
... the team manager had given us. The village has a tradition of setting out "creches" for the holidays. Read this website if you're intrigued by the word creche - it's not too long, and actually interesting: http://www.beyond.fr/themes/luceram-cre che.html
Being able to visit a medieval village as a day trip? Honestly, it's so mind-blowing. However, in true Kelly-Conor fashion, we decided to stop for nachos at the Irish Pub on our way home. It was a pretty good day :)
... war monument with the bomb casings encased within the structure. We searched for the castle for a while and managed to find the cemetery.
Lunch was a picnic sitting under the chestnut trees watching the autumn toned leaves flutter down.
Our afternoon was spent in Montalto village which is a good example of a vibrant village in a rustic mediaeval setting. Some of the slate portals ...
... convinced me to get crème brulee (after all this is France), and she treated me to a glass of wine. As we parted, we decided to meet for dinner the next night, just to spend more time together and talk more; to keep eachother company. I could tell she was lonely, here all by herself, with all her birds out of the nest so to speak, and I enjoyed her presence. Both nights were filled with laughter, stories, thoughts, ideas, opinions and ...
... It's also market day, and the plaza and and main drag through town are packed with vendors and shoppers. Cuneo is an 800 year old city, but it doesn't feel that way, with a straight boulevard/pedestrian street stretching from one end to the other, end at the cliffs overlooking the gorge, the rest of town is laid out pretty much in a grid like fashion. Being in the far corner of Italy, perched over a gorge, next to the mountains it does have a bit of a frontier feel to ...