Fasthôtel En Bergeracois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... if we put it on the roof.No TV worries no news of bail outs or wires in Blind Strand. The town of Creon is celebrating 700 years as a town with a festival this week but Id say were safe enough.The toll today from Nantes to Bordeaux was €42.90 Sacre Bleu! ...
... started to rain.there were two very miserable looking marshals standing in the road sheltering under umbrellas. It did not stop the cyclists from toiling up the hill past our house, rather them than me! The race was completed before our guests arrived, so the alternative routes were not required. It was good to welcome Pete and Lorna to Brossac once more. Heather had prepared Spagbol and I cracked open the wine and we all ate and drank our fill. Surface to ...
... s 50th wedding anniversary, so together with the Lumsdens we treated them to a meal out in Aubeterre. We went to the Hotel de France which had recently been taken over by a Dutch couple. The initial impressions were good, nicely decorated and furnished and a pleasant lady to serve us. The menu was a little disappointing with just 3 starters, 4 mains and 2 deserts to choose from. We were told one one mains, the salmon, ...
Pet & Lesley's week had passed by all too quickly. We decided to head off to Bordeaux straight after breakfast despite their flight not being due to leave until 16:20. It was time to do some last minute shopping, Mentos from Auchan, lights from IKEA, lunch at Pizza Pi and finally a browse around Decathalon where Lesley found some walking ...
... at a Boulangerie and were tempted to purchase a desert for later, which was beautifully wrapped. By the lady in the shop. We returned to the car and drove west along the river to find a place to picnic. We eventually stopped near Saint Foy le Grand where we found some benches overlooking the Dordogne River. We ate our sandwiches and listened to the cacophony of frogs on the ...