Domaine De Roiffé
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Breakfast this morning was several different kinds of bread, including brioche and croissants, fruit salad, and goat cheese. Laurent, one of the hotel's owners, recommended that we pour honey on the goat cheese, top it with walnuts that we cracked ourselves in some really heavy duty crackers, and then spread it on some of the bread. I didn't do the honey part, but spreading it on bread was a great idea. Laurent makes his own jam, and there were probably ...
... table when we sat down, and we were given a vegetable terrine to start (I declined: it was mostly broccoli as it turned out). We had chosen our main course when we checked into the hotel in Chartres; I chose fish over duck. The fish was a mousseline, which I gather means "several types of fish all mushed together." It was on a sauce of saffron and mussels. The fish itself wasn't too bad, though a slightly strange texture, but the sauce was a tad disappointing because it ...
... What a lovely way to spend a chunk of time!
Lunch was on a boat parked on the River and then we headed back the way we had come, arriving back in time to relax for a few minutes before dressing for dinner.... all in all, a good day n France.
We hope you are having a good day where ever home is for you and that you make some time to relax and enjoy the moment. Here's to making time for small pleasures! We'll see you again soon.
... to the hotel - was about 1.5km and hopefully down hill. What I hadn't planned on was the lack of path or where there was a path it was gravel. I was hot and tired when I finally reached the corner where the hotel was supposed to be. I called out to a waitress through the open windows of a restaurant if she knew where the Quercy hotel was and she came out running and helping me - was next door and part of the restaurant. Checked in ...
... location. When I opened the page describing it I was a little deflated - it was in French - bummer. I was surprised at how sad I felt saying goodbye - we had really built up a great friendship with everyone and each day we had learnt more and more about each other. I am sure there will be some long lasting friendships from this trip. And if all goes well for Dona we will be seeing her in Australia soon. The Sunday markets were in full swing when we ...