Logis de la Clape
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and are living the good life.
Afterwards, we returned to Elodie’s small store in SE to try more wines with some British couples also vacationing in the area.
SE also boasts one of the largest underground churches in the world. We took a tour to see it. Carved out of the limestone mountain on which the town sits, it took centuries to complete. Walking by the outside one ...
... the formula for the European shoppers. No worries – they turned out just fine, and they were a unique snack for our friends. The hardest part of making the pinwheels turned out to be finding toothpicks. After many strolls up and down the aisles of the grocery store, we finally found some cocktail toothpicks with colorful plastic whales on the end. Were they for shrimp cocktail? We’ll never know. Finally, I took a huge risk and made ...
... the hotel was so beautiful, and empty except for us. So we conspired to have pizzas delivered, the hotel bartender/waiter, Pepe, stoked a fire for us in the library, and we all snuggled down into wing back chairs in front of a fire where we drank, ate, and laughed for hours. It was so wonderful to feel like we were in someone's home (like, Lord Grantham's home) for an evening. Our final day of cycling took us a short trip up (another climb!) to an ...
... crosses one of the bridges and returns on the other side. Very sociable so we got on that as it was extremely hot again. Once back at the car, we managed to found the huge Carrefour so we were able to get our shopping there before returning to La Nautique, this time by the "long" route. We made it just before a tremendous thunder and lightning storm hit us! Luckily the plan was to have dinner at home anyway.
... and got off in front of a supermarket to buy the few items we couldn't find at the market. Our real goal was to buy ice cream, but we also bought another bottle of wine and some fruit. Getting back to the hotel, the real challenge began, cleaning the sardines. I know how to debone a trout thanks to my mom, so I figured the little sardines would be no problem. There are only four steps to the process: cut off the head, pull out the guts, rip out the spine, and trim up ...