Aigle Noir Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Back to our old favourite - 'Font' for 2 days. Haven't been here for a number of years.......and very keen to come back. Big boys (and girls) playground!
I guess many people won't understand why others like clambering around on boulders???!!!
Plenty of places to park the van in the forest. ...
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... shot and had an absolutely amazing time. I was glad to have a rest day on Monday or else id have been completely useless - id arranged to meet with Lilas for some site seeing in Pariiiis. We met late morning and walked and walked and walked and...you get it. It was another hot, sweaty day. Having seen Paris a couple of times already, I have to say it doesn't excite me so much any more. It has it's pretty moments, but it also has it's 'getting your watermelon stolen ...
... because he was scared a rat would come out at any second and take a bite.
Around the corner was the entrance to Eglise St Andre an old style church with chunky castle style turrets and really interesting carved pillars inside in Romanesque style and quite dark inside. We headed back towards the main road and while crossing the pedestrian crossing which was backed up with cars one nudged me. I couldn't believe it, the passenger was equally shocked and ...
... brought some crash pads just in case. Adam and Bridger had climbing shoes, so they had a good time finding challenging problems to climb on the rocks. Although Adam started out rusty, he soon remembered his skills and was able to get up some complicated routes. He was pretty sore by the end of the day. We haven't had a lot of time to climb in the last couple years, so spending 5 hours climbing proved ...