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... she said "grand mistake". We were still half cut from the pastis. We had coffee in a little village called Aubrac and the owner of the hotel is a former model. Matt and I have been here before. Steve has decided to move to Aubrac and maybe help her out. And Sandra is going to help out Peter from the hotel a couple of days ago. ...
... by an Englishman called Peter. Last year he was fairly glum about business but it has picked up a lot this year. Basically the pilgrim trail saving his business.
We were sitting out on the deck having a quiet drink when Steve said look at those four perfectly formed and in unison jet trails - I pointed out that they were actually power lines just above the deck, Steve had another drink. Later on there was a spare guitar in the bar so we had a ...
... that. Next I tried the kangaroo with the jumping action. Still nothing. Then I said ' Aussie' and he clicked. He then knew the kangaroo and said he saw Australia on the TV. We were very grateful to our French friend.
We went through our hour long demonstration on the use of our RV. We had an English speaking guy which was a relief. We took some notes and we thought it would be ok.
It is amazing what you think appears so easy at the time you are told, (especially ...
... trying to avoid the twisted ankle. People tend to keep their properties very well maintained. A fair number of artists seem to be located here and this village unlike the others had some commerce in the form of two bistro/restaurants and a shop with all things Auvergne. We stopped and had a little lunch on a stone wall and had fun imagining what it would be like to live here now and in years gone by. ...
... to wander the symmetrical mass- planted gardens and to see inside the chateau on our guided French tour. The family only use it for holidays now but open it to the public to generate some form of income to keep it going, looked terribly hard to maintain and with so many chateau's in the area I imagine it would be tough competing for the tourist dollar. Of interest was the the room down stairs which had scary looking objects hanging on the wall and ...