Abbaye de Villeneuve
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- Banquet room
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... tours and was amazed by all of the thought that went into, and continues to go into, the creation of this masterpiece which is not even a finished product although construction began in the 1880s. After La Sagrada Familia we tried to go and see Park Guell which has more of Goudi's famous mosaic works throughout a park landscape. We didn't pay to get up close to these due to a lack of time but we got our exercise for the day in trying to get there an back into our hostel ...
... about 6:00pm. We started writing the Blog for today while we waited for dinner at 7:00pm. Once again we decided to eat in at the hotel - a few reasons being it was inexpensive, easy and also we have not had an opportunity to explore anything in this area other than Puy du Fou - that is probably the reason this hotel exists. For 12 euro per person, we received a glass of sparkling peach wine and delicious, freshly roasted peanuts, followed by a salad ...
... Jane's favourite choice of restaurant but the meal was quite fine. We were taken to our seats at a table where four other French couples were already seated. We made a little conversation with the people at our table but as they had almost no English, the conversation was very limited. Family, children and grandchildren are good topics!!
At this point the only language we have heard from the crowd is French and people of all ages, from ...
Sunday morning in Blaye and early start at parking ticket expires at 08:08 and I wasn't sure if barrier would lift!
Anyway there were spaces outside and breakfast in the morning sunshine was delightful.
On to Super U supermarket in search of gas a my Spain cylinder had run out and I was on Irish reserve,
Unfortunately the gas man is closed on Sundays so it was on wards and Northwards by 10:15.
All motorway today but it was a ...
... s lunch was at a roadside Hotel in a village called Ayron - where we had all you can eat salad bar - steak and chips coffee and Orangina. a little more expensive than we wanted but needs must. We got chatting to a chap from Dublin called Bernard he was touring France in a camper van with his miserable wife. we couldn't get rid of him - he too was a biker - they are a friendly bunch you know - always wave to each other and always willing to ...