Hostellerie les Magnolias
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Camares Town in Midi-Pyrenees. Really nice interesting town. Enjoy a trip round nutty car museum! Aire on River Dourdou. Really nice newly improved full facilities plus loaned shower block. We said goodbye to our not so great stopover last night. Left first thing in rain but arrived after yet another beautiful drive over mountains at our destination here in this lovely riverside town. This time the Aire is purpose built, has a very funny welcome sign in English ...
La Salvetat-Sur-Agout. Languedoc. Great interesting hill top town. Aire by lake 2km's away. Artificial La Raviege and Laouzas. Pretty basic car parking area.in tired camping resort area.A quick zip over another forested area. The Monts De Lacaune on a very tiny D road. I no longer care what Clive directs me down. This particular road is another very narrow ridiculous switch back. An un even route to La Salvetat-sur-Agout. Our Aire for the night. Ironically we decided that Morrocco ...
... imagined what it would be like! Clive is all about Le Table, the market and all its produce floats his boat and we enjoyed struggling to buy our produce with humour. Not a stitch of English was spoken but we got by! We left shortly after noon for another destination en route to Millau and The Gorges of Tarn. A destination which Kate my learned French speaking bike Pal and very besties of friends has recommended and supplied us with detailed maps to enjoy. Can't ...
So yes, the eldest Cavanough is turning 11 today and because we are so far from his friends and other family members we tried to make his day as special as we can. This started with presents, chocolate for breakfast and then pinball machine games. We were thrilled to have a package delivered to our 'maison' which was sent from Australia. One of his friends from school posted him a card and present and it arrived to the right place and on time. He felt very special. Later that ...
... responsible for building the curtain wall at La Couvertoirade between 1439 and 1450.
We find various things with the Knights Templar symbol on it, but what is most amazing is that people still choose to live in the small homes that make up this old walled city. Imagine living here. Narrow streets, high walls, you would be living were such incredible (albeit good and bad) history really took place.
But.... alas our bridge is waiting.. so on we go....