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Travel Blogs from Onet-le-Chateau
... Roquefort (blue cheese) sauce, and Adam had rump steak with Roquefort sauce. We received baguette and delicious sarladaise (fried in duck fat) potatoes as accompaniments. It was washed down with a lovely red from the Loire Valley. We are back in our room now, Alex is having a bath, I'm next. We're making the most of having a bathtub! Tomorrow we are heading to Aix en Provence for two nights before moving on to Nice on ...
We left Bourg St Maurice on 15 February and headed into Lyon on the express coach. It was interesting to note that the coach driver spent a significant amount of time on the phone, and when waiting in slow moving traffic queues, was using text. We did arrive safely, and exactly on time, to the minute. We'd chosen to stay at the airport, well out of Lyon, as that suited the car pick up for the following morning. In the afternoon, thought we'd ...
... After our travellers' lunch, cheese, bread, olives and apples, Jan slept and I began looking at places in Madrid and Valencia and the rail lines. The day broke through with sun, though still cold and we persisted with couch sitting, researching and booking Spain and Morroco. Music, a fire, and a veg and jambon dinner and some Bordeaux saw us out. Sally and Chris got back late, excited about a big old farm, still on the pilgrim trail, they had been shown and that they could ...
... was very relaxing. I got my music happening on the system, enjoyed cooking. Our hosts removed themselves all afternoon into the evening. We are beginning to plan/book Spain, Portugal, Morocco, seeing what fits, what we'd like. We do like staying places for four nights.
The evening unfolded nicely, friendly and easy. I suppose being with English speakers is easy, and a similar age group. My meal went down well. A late chat spanned many topics.
... le Fey and finally the larger Entraygues-sur-Truyere, a medieval river port at the confluence of the two rivers. There is an imposing chateau in a relatively small place on a narrow winding road by the river. The town was eerie in that we arrived during the lunch period (two hours) where few people are out, they go home for lunch or lunch out. It's a national institution ... makes you feel ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking