Hotel La Fregate
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- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Fregate Lege-Cap-Ferret
Modest place, with own simple charm.
Better than expected.
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... 3 train connections. Again Mumsy has to take the credit when she realised that the French issued ticket had the French name for a station but of course the Belgians had their own different named sign up. I blithely wouldn't have changed trains.
Anyhow with not too much drama we arrived in Brugges a little late.
We are not sure what language is spoken here. Flemish? Our taxi driver who had very ...
... 4pm and sat under the shade of giant umbrellas having a lesisurely meal. I had the best salad ever, with fois gras ( my one and time eating it as i know its not got the best record), smoked salmon, a selection of fantastic cheeses and great greenery to accompany them. Washed down with a lovely glass of local red, then an espresso with petit fours to boot.
After this we went onto the Chateaux for our tour with tastings. This ...
... which he thought were really yummy. Next we went on a wine tour of Blaye and Cote de Bourg. We went to Chateau Roussel and started our tour in the vines. Ben saw the 2 different types of grape leaves: merlot and cabernet Sauvignon. Jon heard that some of the grape vines were 4 years old like Jonny. Some of the other grape vines were 40 years old like Mummy (but not Daddy). We then saw some big metal vats ...
... and Daddy loved all the special gardens that had to be seen from high up which had love hearts, daggers and wings! Ben and Jon also loved the catfish in the most and the woods. Ben drew a picture of the maze. After a great visit, we then headed off to Blaye. We went to the Citadel of Blaye. It was constructed to protect the French ...
... specialty foods, breads, pastries and on and on until Kerry is nearly having to pull me out of the shop before I buy the lot! I wanted to buy some bacon and was trying to explain what I wanted and the French lady beside me spoke in English and asked me what I wanted. She explained to the lady and I asked her if the French ate bacon and eggs for breakfast. She said that she only ate that when they were travelling. I asked what do the French eat ...