Domaine de Belesbat Chateau Hotel and Golf Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... br> Spent the day drinking coffee, looking at the little town, ate a canard confit and tarte a la peche to die for last night. Alas, all alone (sob!)
Today went to the station to collect Wenz. It’s been a month since we last saw each ...
Funny travel story: We needed to wash our clothes so we lugged all the dirty laundry to la lavendrie down the street. We figured out how to pay for the wash but couldn't get soap out of the big metal box with the soap picture on it. It even stumped the Parisiennes who were ...
... me wash my hands. Priorities, people. Poor Aleks got screamed at for (in my honest opinion) no reason at all. I thought perhaps he assumed we were trying to leave our stuff in the room so that we could stay the night for free but that was actually not the case. This guy went as far as to say that it was 'basically stealing' and he threatened to kick all of the guys out of the hostel....all because we put our backpacks in Aleks' room. ...
... There was another couchsurfer staying with him at the time and the three of us managed to squeeze in a couple of hours bouldering in the afternoon before the rain returned. Tant pis - at least we tried! So a short but very fun visit to Font! Hopefully I'll return again in the not too distant future (and hopefully I'll be climbing more by then!). Hoping also to meet back in the Uk with some of my lovely new boulder pals! Isn't traveling just BEAST! To ...
... about how the rider died: both legs in the air means they died during a battle, one leg in the air means they have been assassinated and both legs down mean they died of natural causes. We are looking at statues in a new light now. My favorite so far is the obelisque Concorde which King Louis Phillpe took from Egypt (they allege it was a gift to France) on the side it says instructions in French on how to transport an obelisque!!! Think we ...