Hotel Agur Deneri
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... down with some hot Christmas wine, then wandered round the old quarter and the market before returning to the car. As well as being the heart of the historic chateaux-on-the-Loire area with its own historic quarter, Tours is a very modern city. The main north-south thoroughfare is a wide, marble- paved, pedestrianised zone with an ultra-modern tram line running down the centre. It never ceases to amaze me how so many ...
... we'd prefer to enjoy the walk as opposed to making it a fair dinkum pilgrimage. After all, we haven't sinned... we don't need to make that ultimate trek for salvation!!!Well, I am assuming my fellow trekkers are as pure as my good self.
So now I'm putting my life on hold and attempting the long and possibly sometimes difficult journey.
... afternoon, once Daddy is right and truly sunburned, we head back to the flat to rinse off the sand and change our clothes. We run a quick pre-pack routine to get the final load of laundry going, and suitcases mostly organized so we don't have too much to do later tonight.
We head back to town for pintxos, heading over to August 31 street to search out a few of the places that Gabriella and Kathy had recommended as their favorites. We find the place specializing ...
... restaurant we had booked 6 months ago. On reflection, I am not sure that "lunch" does this meal justice. What we experienced was a 23 course degustation of some of the most incredible (insane) food we have ever eaten (though I was extremely happy to see that fish milt did not make the menu this time...). I won't bore you with the details, but I will give you one. We arrived and were seated. It seems customary to tour the kitchen and we happily obliged. There we were told that the ...
... to Tours, stopping in an aire near Rouen to brew up some coffee and again in a grotty layby to eat our sandwiches, there being a distinct lack of aires on the N roads. At Tours we were getting a bit worried about reaching our next site before nightfall so we joined the autoroute towards Poitiers. We needn’t have worried, of course, because just as dawn is later, so sunset is later.