Hostellerie du Passeur
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- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... little English spoken but we did ok understanding the menu. Phil had his favourite, an entrecôte steak and I had duck breast both delicious and full of garlic. This was followed by profiteroles to share, my favourite. Oh yes and for good measure, a bottle!!! of very nice white wine. Tomorrow it's off to the coiffure for Tess, followed by a trip to a dealers, should be interesting! as they do not speak any English. So no more loitering outside the TIC to upload the ...
... needed. Time to get back for a coffee and to read a book in the sun shine and then lunch, we bought some interesting soft blue. However. having unwrapped it the smell was just like a fish you might have thrown into a hot dustbin 2 days before, so straight into the site bin. (We did try it though and it was as bad as it smelt) our first inedible cheese, so not too bad really. We spent the afternoon taking a leafy lane tour of old Gourdon, we went under the rail line though ...
Armed with map and leaflet we set off for our walk round the old town. First stop was to stand outside the TIC to link up to the internet to check emails and download the blog. We then carried on walking up the little road to what we thought was the top St Pierre Church, but to one side were some steps and a path to go higher, to the Table d'orientation. This was part of the old ...
Final lazy day to allow us to walk the site and choose a chalet for next year. As I said, although the chalet is lovely, it is a fair bit shade and on the edge of the site. Have chosen a chalet of the same type but situated at the top of the meadow overlooking the restaurant. Made a provisional booking for next year.
met some people who recommended a visit to Figeac and as its there market day tomorrow we have decided to go there.
I was determined to see Font de Gaum - but you had to queue to get tickets (apparently some were available online, but I couldn't find them). It was a 20 minute walk and we arrived at 8.15 a.m. Ticket sales started at 9.30 and we were about 28th in line. We missed the English speaking tours but got into a French one at 10.45. A 45 minute tour. Only 13 per group and no bags - ...