Hotel La Vieille Maison
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Yarraville, someone would call the cops. Here, you can beat the hell out of them – but only within reason according to Julia. Near Brantôme there is a farm where they keep retired (read rescued) British Police horses. The kids have been loving the donkey rides and feeding here, thanks greatly to Julia’s patience and generosity and were keen to see the horses. They do an afternoon tea with a talk about the horses, and all their heroics, and the work they do ...
... an electric fence is and how it works. Poor little thing. I think that every time she has come across electric fence tape at Auntly Lisa's the fence has been off. I suspect that our advice to treat every electric fence like it was on is well imprinted on her memory now. 27 July Ah this is the life. More pool action in the morning, beautiful weather - kids swam happily and we read - felt very resort like. Happily, no dramas to report! After our swim, we had a walk around ...
Wow, what a crackin day! We drove to periguex for the final time trial . What a stunning town. Graced by an amazing chapel on top of the hill, and next to a river, it has a maze of limestone streets in the old town. We only got slightly distracted by the shops and squares before arriving at the finish line. After watching a few riders finish, we wandered past the finish line and media area to the team buses. Ironically the media area was cordoned off by high fences and security ...
... mousse, a carrot? maybe, purée and a timbale of finely diced mixed vegetables. This was unusual as vegetables are often not a feature in many restaurants. We had both chosen the chocolate dessert which, with hindsight, was perhaps not the best idea. It was sooooooooooo rich and chocolatey! It was a thin slice of a layered dessert with a chocolate sponge base, then a crunchy layer, then chocolate mousse and finally chocolate ganache! Plus it ...
... up to its reputation. We parked at the base of the hill and walked up through the gate in the fortified walls to the top. There was a panoramic view out over the valley, and we could see limestone cliffs in the distance, and canoeists paddling serenely down the river below.
Honeycombing the stone under the village is a series of enormous limestone caves full of ...