Domaine De Brantome Holiday Rentals
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I have stayed at since March so I have probably heard more in these last four months than in my whole life. Despite the site at Tortoirac being empty I rather like it, I have picked up a walking leaflet for the area and am enjoying exploring the wooded valleys and the limestone hills. The village is small but pretty and has a lovely river and an ancient abbey. I doubt I will stay here very long as I need company but at the moment I am enjoying the peace and the sunshine.
... 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 ...
... vinegar. The next course was my absolute favorite dish (one I have often made at home) of seasoned potatoes and mushrooms in butter. After that we were served salad and the cheese course with bread. For dessert, we had apple tart with a cup of strawberries and cream. Then, of course, we finished with a tisane. Oh, it was so delicious, and I made sure to complement our hostess’s cooking, who was modest and claimed that it was nothing. It wasn’t nothing; it was wonderful.
... with a kitchen, and I can cook for myself. I enjoy trying new foods, and every night I try something new. But…most of the people I eat with are French, they are not being forced to eat new things every day. I just wish that they would give me a break. Everywhere I go people comment on how badly Americans eat, then they watch what I eat like hawks, waiting to confirm their beliefs and ready to give very loud opinions. Oy!
Aside from ...
... stopped at the local church, which was Romanesque and had some beautiful column capitals. Sadly, the church was desperately in need of repair, and had many worrying cracks in the walls and ceilings. As we left the town, we saw that we had been there for over an hour. This is not please the architect who felt like we wasted too much time. I, however, do not have some phantom schedule for hiking. Stopping along the way and getting to see the sites is ...