Hotel La Riviere
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... taking the big ones. We are going to keep these in paper bags and try and keep them cool. We will let you know how long they last!!!' If there are any veggies out there, this place would save you £100's in food bills, just think how many recipes you could create, we think we will stick to mixing them with meat or make soup. The sun is over the yard arm, so ------ yes, G&T time, happy ...
... shower and huge gust we decided that the awning had to be put away (it rolls into the side of the van) and washing brought in, this was at 5.30am. So another late start after dozing back to sleep, but Phil did make it in time to get the bread and croissants. The owner of the site Tierry, also gave Phil details of some motor home dealers as our gas bottle connector didn't fit our new bottle and we were extremely low on gas. Set off for ...
... whisper. Sadly it started to rain quite hard and we hurried back to Pierre, where we had left him on a brilliant Aire, which had electric hook ups, wastes emptying, water and an area to have a shower, all for €3.50 a night. We found a place for our new 13kg Gas bottle replacement and paid €36.00 ( £24.00 ) all in, including the bottle deposit(€1.00) which didn't seem worth it for the company. We paid ...
... a traditional shepherd's way of life, made from steel plates and a brilliant nuts & bolts sheep dog and look at the shepherds eyes! whose keeping a look out for Wolves etc from a dry stone building and his shelter was nearly the same. There was also a great view of the near by town with a monastery topping the hill. This town has no name!!!! Just about another hour & a half and we arrive at our proposed 3 ...
... heading for a place called Livinhac-le-Haut, and after climbing and climbing, which is always very difficult first thing, we came to a small village up high and assumed we had arrived, (we obviously hadn't studied the Book enough) then we took a small path through the woods down and down and down till we reached the Lot river and yes, Livinhac-le-Haut which is not "haut" but in fact lower in altitude ...