Hotel La Residence
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- Pets allowed
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We arrived in Prayssac after a long day and after some dinner walked into the nearby village for a couple of evening glasses of Vino. The friendly lady working in the bar was born in the UK and spoke great English and told us of a market on Friday morning. We visited the market and it was great to find ...
... and a tank of diesel later... Then the air conditioning has stopped for the third time in 32degrees heat, found a garage but they they couldn't find the leak, but have replaced all the seals and recharged the gas, so fingers crossed or we will be here again in a couple of months... So all in all, what came back this morning has ALL gone out during the day..!!! That's ...
... dodgy roof without harnesses. Scary. They did stop work long enough to put on sun cream - standing up there on the roof :-)
All that aside we then met Valerie and tasted her cheeses and meats. The whole experience was great and, as Sandy noted, the cheese platter we had for lunch was not big chunks on a plate, but a number of different cheeses sliced for us. Some cheeses were local, some were from as far away ...
Back at the car at 6.10pm, with Mike driving, we set a course straight for home by whatever route our ladies of the highways and byways calculated, getting back to Esquirol at 8.50pm after a very tiring, but very interesting, day
Wednesday 27th May Esquirol - Recovery Day
Our only project for the day is to have lunch at a restaurant. Finally settle on the Bistrot du Commerce in Miramont-de-Guyenne, just up the road past Tombeboeuf, and make ...
... to a gravel parking area, where we see the sign to the water lily place. Walking in, we see a large number of concrete ponds filled with varieties of waterlilies, but it all looks pretty industrial, so we don't feel like paying to see the display.
Back at the car, we decide to backtrack to a Chateau we had seen on the way, but the building, while large, with the preferred conical roofs on cylindrical towers, looks too new, and not as interesting as ...