Hotel Eden Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... same as your very own!! Lovely hostess runs it, and everyone we have seen on the track for the last few days seems to have ended up here, including a young New Zealander. So should be fun and social tonight. It has been an absolutely perfect day. Not a cloud, except a few little ones that hover around the Pyrenees. And it was cool despite ...
... sad to think it will all end in a few more days! We have just come back from another walk around this town. It is so beautiful - and I think another of les plus beaux villages de France. But it is not just a picture showpiece, it is a living place. We just had a walk round the ramparts - fabulous, but didn't have any camera with us, so will have to take a few extra shots as we leave in the morning. Off to dinner ...
... would take our things (on the quiet) and put them in with the hotel laundry they were about to do!!! How kind, as it is not a good drying day, and we had all the clothes from our big walk yesterday, plus a few more accumulated bits and pieces. And they wouldn't take any money for it. So here we are reading and playing. In between showers we had a wander around the village, which took about 10 minutes, and ...
... at first, and then just light but consistent. Enough to get my shoes wet, despite gaiters....So we trudged on, stopping for coffee at a cafe when we saw the French couple of the last few days (and who had been at the fabulous B&B 2 days ago). So drew breath in the town, but had to set off again as our lodgings were beyond the village. It was raining quite steadily by then, and we had to follow the rather vague ...
Driving on through the immaculately manicured vineyards of Bordeaux, we stopped off at the small bastion town of Sauveterre de Guyenne. This holds good memories for us, because it was here that we enjoyed a legendary feast at a small cafe, back in our camping days, for the princely sum of 45 Francs (yes, we're so old, we pre-date the Euro and the EEC! We are pleased to see the little town looking well, and enjoy a couple of pastries for ...