Domaine De L'Albatros
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It is 12;30 am I am 33000 feet on a plane going 550 mph. There is at least four more hours! All around me are people in various stages of discomfort. Flight crew stride up and down the aisles and we are mid-air!! Our plane was delayed so there is some anxiety that we can make our next connection. Yes am insane, But of course in 4 hours will touch down in ...
... and I felt that I couldn't keep staying here indefinitely. I had been thinking for a long time about doing the Camino de Santiago walk from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostella. I had even persuaded a couple of people to do it with me. It's a journey of 790km and I was feeling a little daunted by the whole idea but felt that I didn't want to leave Europe without giving it a go. So I spent quite a lot of time walking in the hills here ...
... imagine how magnificent it would be from the water. It's free to write lists and dream!
Dave is still extremely ill from Morocco (4 days ago), so he could only manage to be out and about for a few hours each day. Unfortunately we didn't see as much as we'd have liked but I think that's what happens when you go go go everyday without a break. I say that as in the next 48 hours we have 16 hours on 8 trains. Oh well, onwards and upwards!
... awesome cheese and wine cellar called Bistro Du Fromager. The meal literally was just cheeses too - all you can eat! It gave us an opportunity to try different kinds of cheese and decide which ones we like. Surprisingly, we found ourselves liking the stronger cheeses. Now we know which ones to buy at St. Lawrence market back home. Our last day in France was appropriately spent at a beach - Villefranche sur Mer, which required us to take a train. We ...
... It started when I woke up at 9:30, which for an insomniac like me is incredible! It has ended with another great meal: beef formed like meatballs, couscous, chickpeas, and vegetables. The sauce Madame Goussal served for the meal was a bit spicy but very tasty; Thai mild I would say. And like last night she brought out dessert: last night was ice gream and tonight a tray of different sweets. So much for no dairy or sugar. Thank goodness for digestive ...