Domaine de Fraisse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... up, but promptly had to turn round after about 2 miles as the road was " Barrie " barred, but it did give us the chance to see a huge flock of Flamingos on another lake and they were so pink. We arrived at the dealers. Do you recall the old saying of couldn't organise a *+¥% up in a brewery, well this place would fit that phrase perfectly. We are going ...
... he should have had his glasses on!!! We sat and had our lunch by the patonque pitch over looking the water. Apparently the salt tolerant algae turns pink when the sun and wind are in the right direction. The salt was extracted from 1519 but has now fallen into decay and has been taken over by wild life, not just flamingos but storks and egrets too. We also found out today why there have been so many pots ...
... onto a rough track - you know how I feel about tracks but Peter says let's try it, it's pointing to something called Bezier Aventure and the seems to be lots of cars parked up the hill there. Well when we get up the hill it seems it's some kind of nature reserve for walking, running (no sign for bikes) but TomTom wants us to carry on, parallel to a motorway through the vines - so on we trudge pushing in the heat, we get to a clump of bamboo that it wants us ...
... guide and a couple from Australia we set out for a 3 hour tour. We roamed through the Nasrid palaces with their beautiful courtyards where the Sultan and his family resided. The decadence was very apparent as we walked through the Sultans bedroom and across the courtyard to where the Sultana (the most important wife who provided the first son), the other three wives and children lived. The harem was housed nearby. In addition to ...
... by Napoleon in the same year (Battle of Marengo).
Wandered up through the narrow streets of the town, can see that these narrow streets are a great idea in hot sunny countries as they provide cool(ish) shaded walking area.
Decided to go and explore the medieval city, so cycled up there and found a suitable rubbish bin to chain the bike up to. The old city was renovated by an architect in the 1860's, and looks like ...