Domaine de Bassilour
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... when the dog ran down it. I thought he was trying to kill the dog! But no. The dog was very athletic and brought the ball right back. When we went back to Cameron's flat Ian was there which was nice. And *clears throat* THE ITALIAN ROOMMATE IS GOING TO BE HERE IN A HALF HOUR! I'm so pumped. He better be hot. I'm currently taking a siesta which is between 2-4:30ish where shops close and people nap. Tonight the whole town is having a party that starts at midnight and goes for 24 ...
... south towards Spain. Eventually we ended up on a very narrow road into a small village. It was quite concerning as some of the hills were looking a bit steep and towing Daisy was starting to panic.
We eventually pulled outside the campsite and was met with what can only be described as chaos. There was an entrance on the left and one on the right. The one on the left had a feck of steep hill upwards and the one on the right a ...
Today we explored San Sebastián starting with a walk along the esplanade to the rock sculptures and blow holes. A beautiful morning to start but yet again the weather turned to ****! Our next stop was the shopping district but no one had told us it was ...
... them before. Thought of "The Wind in the Willows" . The paddocks are bumped all over with them and the biggest slug I have ever seen but apparently he is small. Check out the pic. The robins flit through the beech forest all day. Some up high in the mist where the trees are still in winter mode and some much lower down the slopes where the first leaves are breaking into spring and it is warmer - well 14 degrees anyway. You can actually ...
... We started walking at 6:30am, 1/2 hr before sunup. On the French side the route was mostly on a one lane country road.. The morning was overcast. As we walked, the fog cleared showing a lovely sunup, with the fog sticking to the valley floor. We thought we were the first on the trail when leaving St Jean, but soon found that we were being passed by pilgrims who were 20 to 45 years younger, and ...