Hotel Bowling de Millau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... he was going to die, even though he assured them he was fine, we finally got to sleep ready for our trip the next day. We did think about driving to Leeds in Sven so we could see dad in hospital, but after talking with him we decided it would not be the best idea. Also Jeni (dads partner), and my brother were going to be there so he was not on his own. This is a tough part of living here, its to far away to just drive to see a ...
... 163;1.50! (Not the cause of Phil's migraine) As I walked back I saw a hairdressers and thought, well got to have my hair cut or be a real hippy. So went in forgetting they use a 24 hour clock here and got a bit muddled about the time, but got there in the end 14.30. So fingers crossed I can make them understand and not come out completely scalped. Returned to find Phil still in bed asleep, so wrote a few postcards and took Tess to the Park, but it was a bit too ...
We counted them all in and there were 25 motor homes last night, quite an ensemble & there were 4 Pilote's. Definitely Autumn this morning, quite a nip in the air until about 11ish. Went into town to the market, past a dog behind gates who thought we were about to invade and found a few more little streets, a river and a chateaux. Plenty of fruit and veg stalls as well as yummy pastries, cheeses and hams and to ...
... of the gears to get us safely down, which is just as well as I would have warn the breaks out. Arrived at Florac and what a charming place this is, they have got everything you could need and we parked in the free camping car parking, €2 for water and has the most amazing views. We popped into town for bread & fruit and quick look around. Found the T Info office and discovered this place has some history, that we will discover this afternoon ...
... but it's still a working town and quite a buzz about. Leaving for our pique Nique we hit the 12 md peak hour rush home for lunch! Quite feral with all the school kids out too! We find a park beside the Tarn river, with views of the Viaduct in the distance behind an ancient bridge close to us. It is perfect. Baguette with our leftover dinner. It is superb, the flavours of the fowl enhanced by the time spent with the cabbage and bacon ...