Hotel Le Square
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... bought a lovely fish called Maigre checked the price so we didn't get caught out as we did in La Rochelle. In fact the sea bream here is half the price that we paid in La Rochelle, amazing, a mistake we won't make again ( hopefully)September the 1st was my first official day of retirement as this was the day Stoke Damerel staff returned to school, a very strange feeling sitting in bed having a cuppa when everyone else was sitting in the hall about to analyse the exam results. I ...
... thousand bottles, their wines sell in the 17 Euro range. I would not go out of my way to purchase these wines. Just an opinion. I have to say the Medoc region is QUITE different from either Napa or Sonoma. Flat or rolling hills adjacent to the estuary of the Dordogne and Garonne rivers – no mountains whatsoever. At this particular winery, because of their size, they pick all grapes by machines. We saw the huge combines out back – ...
... again I was able to say something about how we are a Christian school and what TCP is about. It was getting dark - going further south, shorter evenings! - so time to go and cook up some food. Back to the bar for a small carafe of local vin de pays and catch up on messaging family before bed. Awoken at around 1.00 am by thunder, lightening and rain!! How do I do it? What will tomorrow bring? ...
... a picture will be attached. And a lesson learned. That's what this trip is about! Oh, and I have a lovely pine cone and an idea for 'Father's House' when I return. Monica please note. And so to bed. And off tomorrow even further south en route to our friends David and Alison. There are far too many Davids and Alisons in our family and these two aren't family but very old friends with a house near Carcassonne. Photo of my meal attached, ...
... and restaurant.We arrived early so moored on the pontoon next to the Corderie Royale and chilled whitest waiting for the lock to open at 5.45pm. Bob our friend came to meet us so did Christian one of the marina staff, he helped sail Sega back to Plymouth back in June, it was lovely to see him again. A huge tanker came down the river before we went it he was going quite fast so we had to put fenders out between ...