Hôtel Le Clocher De Rodez
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... reasonable here, we took one down to an information centre, which turned out to be in the Gothic Quarter (Gotic Barre). Bought 4 tickets for the touristic on/off bus for tomorrow. They are only for a day, no matter when you activate them, not 24hrs. We sat in the info cafe and sorted ourselves for the rest of the day, they advised us to go to the Poblo Village that night (NOTE TO WIKI) for the Flaminco dancers ...
... amount of Heineken bottles sat on the table. They offered me one and something seemed wrong. It looked like a Heineken and it tasted like a Heineken (which is not necessarily a good thing) but something was wrong. Looking at the bottle, I realized that that the bottle was only 220 mills which is enough to inhale if you do not want to swallow. Nonetheless, the night was a good one except for me trying to laugh at someones joke with wine still in my mouth. It landed all over ...
Big day...but first a funny update from last night. We have a bar / cafe next door, it is a one man show, you order and pay at the counter, when your coffee / beer is ready he calls you and you collect and carry it out to your riverside table. Very nice but he is often sitting out the back and people look around trying to spot him - but also work out ...is it table service, is it not...does he serve food or not.
Last night we were sitting at our dinner ...
... walking town. Tired so will end for now, but include pics from today. We just met up with MAP, Susie, Jan and Johnny. They are having cocktails, but Richard and I opted for an early dinner and early to bed so we can be alive tomorrow. The weather was hot today, about 85, but there is an 80 percent chance of rain tomorrow. ...
... of this city to that. The chemist shop near the top of our street was the underground propaganda HQ. Ordinary people doing heroic things. I love this.
Some rounds later we wandered home with fond, fulsome farewells given by our new acquaintances. The scene seems to finish about 9.30; we were not the last nor the first to go.
I cooked up the St Jacques (scallops) and salad and we played Coleman Hawkins, Stan Getz, Chariie Parker and co. This is a great ...