Domaine De Brantome Holiday Rentals
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... encounters, firstly with a red squirrel who was frolicking round my pitch, then with a deer that chose to have its breakfast in the bushes next to my pitch and finally with Alice. I was sitting outside the site restaurant which was the only place where I could get access to the internet, checking my bank account when this rather odd looking older lady came and sat next to me. I didn't want her to see what was on my screen so I tried to edge away but she ...
... built to have no hills. It was perfect. It also stormed all night, so there was mud everywhere, but not on the new paved trail. It was yet another kindness on our host’s part to point us to this trail. It was like a walk in the park today, but I don’t think my companions liked it very much. I think the architect, wanted us to walk the 40km, but he knew that I wouldn’t do it. So, he lamented the fact that we had wasted a day with so little walking. He used ...
... 8217;s over 80 degrees, I don’t leave the air conditioning for more than ten minutes at a time. I probably would have been able to handle the distance much better without the heat. I will say this firmly, I will not do it again. If I see that it is going to be that hot, I refuse to go more than 25km. This was really miserable for me.
When we finally, mercifully arrived in town, we flagged down a car to ask directions to the refuge. The old man in the car got out and walked ...
... a good piece of Baroque art should be. In a way, it seemed totally out of place in this otherwise sparse environment, but it certainly had its own beauty, in a horror vacuii sort of way.
After sight-seeing, I returned to the refuge for dinner. Dinner was good, not great, but good. And, like at many French dinners, we ate far too much. When the second dessert came out, I thought that there was no way I’d be able to put one more bite in my ...
... half of the hike was much hillier and more challenging, though we passed some large interesting houses and countryside. It wasn't very shaded, but it was still interesting scenery to walk through. Every climb up means that you also get a view of the valley, which is usually always worth the hike up.
When we were about 8km from our destination we missed a trailhead from the road and walked about 2km in the wrong direction. The ...