Hostellerie le Chene Dore
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... we completed the last leg with Tate on my cross bar and everyone else on their bikes, I felt completely exhausted when we got back. Still there was a nice pool to head to and cool off so this is exactly what we did, with me striding around the campsite with just the budgie smugglers on. In the pool Lily and Ruby played on the slides and the twins did some more swimming. Allegra did better today as we tried her in deeper water so she ...
... food and got back in Sven but the only way out was the way we came in and this was a one way section, we didn't care and broke the law otherwise we would have been camping in the Leclerc car park. Back on the road again and we stopped in our last Aire and had some tasty baguettes with some extremely pungent fromage and sat and enjoyed the warmth of the sunshine. On the last stretch to our campsite I had ...
... the weather or war. Each site was a moving experience and gave each of us an insight into the terrible consequences of war. If you scroll through the photos a summary of each site is provided.
Tonight we stayed in Orleans, it was long afternoon drive but it has cut down our travel time for tomorrow when we arrive at our first Gite in Montpezat-de-Quercy.
... our youth. It was a feeling that I rarely have these days and was cherished. I determined to read one of his books and picked Michael Strogoff. What is that, you say? Well I downloaded it and read this Russian adventure story right through. Definitely a matinee story though! Chateau de Bertangles Pronounced "Burr-tangles" if you're Australian and "Bear- ton" if you're French. We corrected ourselves immediately. This impressive chateau was used by Monash for quite ...
... a number of young musicians practising for a concert. The acoustics were very good and we sat down for a little while listening to them and admiring the immensity of the cathedral. We walked around and I particularly enjoyed the iron work grill from the 17th century surrounding the altar and the black and white marble flooring. The stained glass was magnificent, but we didn’t feel it was on the level of Chartres or Sagrada Familia. When we left ...