Domaine de l'Agreou
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Travel Blogs from Seignosse
... with Duck Fat!! :) TBA....
A list of some of the delicious things we have been eating:
-Fresh Radish Leaf Soup
-Slow Cooked Pork
- Pork Meatballs in a Carrot/Onion Sauce
-Pork in Red Wine Jus/Wilted Spinach
-Apple Compotes/Fruit Preserves
-Home made Pate/Rillette
Okay. Bragging Done
... at the highest point with low temperatures most of the day from +.3C to about 8C again best. Spectacular views too of the mountains and plains interspersed with snowy tops, Red Kite soaring and Eagles hunting. We enjoyed our coffee stops using the cafés popular with Spanish drivers, amazing cafe con leche, tostada, tomate y aciete for two for only 3.8 euro. It turned out to be 13 hours and 10 minutes drive arriving at 2015 with a number of stops en route for meals ...
... the rail line. For one of our troop, from Venezuela via Miami, the snow itself was a wonder never before seen. She would put out her hand to catch a descending flake and then express wonder as “It turns to water!”
By the time we reached the final stage of this journey the weather had really closed in. Driving snow reduced visibility to a few dozen feet and the paths leading to the actual summit were icy and treacherous. Not being ...
... since it had three levels rather than only one or two. The altar was incredible! We hadn’t seen one that looked that enormous before. It was quite wide compared to others we had seen which tended to be narrower. You could just picture all of the court in attendance for the wedding, filling up the seating below and up in the balconies. There was also a ship hanging in the centre of the church which was the second time we had seen one and ...
We drove down from La Rochelle and skirted around Bordeaux. We had planned to stop there for most of the day, but then Talei remembered she's been there and Rob realised how big it was, so we decided not to battle into the centre.
It is quite frustrating not to be stopping at will and checking places out on our way south, but we knew we wouldn't have time to do both France and Spain, so we had already agreed to skip ...