La Bastie d'Urfe
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Caught a taxi from Saint Come to Estaing it would have been 15.5 walk, quite manageable however Jane is still unwell and Helen seems to have caught the bad cough as well. We had made a booking in a nice hotel and so on arrival we were able to explore the town. Quite magnificent really. It is dominated by an ancient chateaux owned by Valerie Giscard ...
I failed to post the last two days of this great trip - sorry, it was a combination of being too tired, too busy and the internet being too slow. So, in order to document all that we saw, I will complete this blog in the midst of washing clothes, unpacking and catching up on mail. It will keep me in my "European Mode" for a while longer. Ahhh.
Tuesday - Another Beautiful day - we boarded the bus to ...
... BBQ, despite the breeze blowing away most of the heat, and put the bacon slices on the griddle... The bacon packet described the bacon as "tranches", in French, which is actually "slices", but I'd reckon that "shavings" was a more appropriate term.... They were about half a mm thick.... So after a few moments, as a bit of fat began to draw from the bacon, we had a bit of a flame, then a bigger flame, and therefore more fat, and a bigger flame.........And a serious ...
Today we woke up and picked up our Aunty Mary that will stay with us for a while.
After all the stress and trying to find the terminal that she will come out of we found her at the terminal that mum and Edie were at.
We drove to a town called Cabrerets.
We had a nice picnic there with Mary and there was a great view there.
After that we went for a walk and looked in some shops that were really not ...
... s to MGMT. Manu was dropping us to the train station in Toulouse where we would need to catch a short metro, followed by a train for another hour to complete the journey. We quickly purchased our tickets from the ticket machine and rushed to the platform so as to not miss the train. Once safely on board, we realised that we were hungry. The only food that we had on us was salty crackers and tomato pasta sauce so that's what we ate for lunch! We were headed to our ...