Deltour Hotel Rodez Eco
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the square of the cathedral and wound our way through all the vegetables, fruits, spices, cheeses, breads, and other goodies for sale. We went to the side where they have the really fun stuff.
I was transfixed by this one stall that had the most beautiful clothes made of cotton and linen. They were so perfectly the style I'm looking for, but a little too pricey. I was able to find a couple of small scarves and a cute top for a total of 5 euros at the fripés stall. Although, ...
... From there we walked around looking for some place for lunch. We decided on Chez Lucien along the arcades of the cathedral square. There were no menus, just written choices on blackboards. The server was so nice; she took us out and went through the menu with us. She was very patient, but we did pretty good with our French. I ordered a plat et dessert (8.50 Eu) & Hunter got an entree et dessert (7 Eu). Mine ...
... when we arrived in Gaillac. It was around 3 pm, so I didn't think we'd have much luck finding a place that would serve us food, but we were in luck. We found parking right by a great little brasserie (Le Continental), and we got lunch. Hunter had a beautiful vegetarian salad, and I had steak frites. It was quite good.
I got my bearing on the map for the next leg. We needed to be on D888, which would take us right into VdR. We continued ...
We woke up earlyish as Tony wanted us to start a bit of work before he took us shopping in town; that night he was hosting a folk blues concert at the chateau and as there was a chance of rain we needed to prepare the interior in case the concert had to be hosted there. I can't remember the exact order and I know at different points we had breaks which I'll describe later, but basically we swept ...
... we booked it for tea and went back home for a quick rest and then back again. We all chose the 33 Euros meal which included an entrée of scrumptious smoked salmon – so good. My main course was lamb followed by crème caramel served in three pretty little pots – one was pannacotta. Yummy as and so was Craig’s. Photos with the views behind us were ...