Hotel Le Pressoir
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... was a shrink dealing with PTSD soldiers. He was a total free spirit, (all he needed was a gym, a supermarket and a kitchen: loves to cook); she was way too intense for a permanent hookup. When the big mud slide hit in 2011, killing 11 locals, his business above took a big hit, but "it's comng back. It's all about the tourists. They heard it was much worse than it was and the place went totally dead for a year or two."
Hundreds of tunnels along ...
... blew up on me. Been on phone with five different AOL techs in last three days and none can seem to get it restarted (FYI: one in Philippines, one in Romania and then there Fortune Oliver from where I didn’t catch and a couple of others, but it ain’t a local group taking care of Arriana’s business.) Been a real mess. When I have time I’ll get it straightened out and will forward you the others. I’ve already got four more travel narratives set ...
... to us.
We decided to press on at walking pace until off of the motorway and
just as soon as it had started, it stopped. The hotel was
conveniently located half a mile from the old city walls and the
hotel receptionist was very kind in drying our jeans and clothing for
us in the hotel laundry. When we had recovered, we walked up the
road and into the old city. It was very photogenic and worth ...
It really was a wonderful day! And it was nice to wake up somewhere that is "our bedroom" for 2 whole weeks. So after brekky, at almost 9am, we wandered down the narrow cobbled lanes and across the bridge to the public car park where Wendy was waiting with her van. Wendy is an English woman who teaches winemaking and runs these wonderful, informative and educational tours, and she has just bought a "ruin" to be renovated, opting to live over here full time.
We continued on to ...
... centre of education as a Royal Military School from 1776. It's role as such only ended in 1991. The town also has a few medieval buildings on display. We also came across the large tower of the Saint-Martin church. That is all that remains of the 15 century church, the rest was destroyed during the Wars of Religion in 1573. Next stop is called Revel. It's known for it's 600 years plus market hall. The ...