Inter Hotel Les Peyrieres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... she said "grand mistake". We were still half cut from the pastis. We had coffee in a little village called Aubrac and the owner of the hotel is a former model. Matt and I have been here before. Steve has decided to move to Aubrac and maybe help her out. And Sandra is going to help out Peter from the hotel a couple of days ago. ...
... 80. Steve and I collected $5 on this one. Or it's racist that all male Saints have beards.
By the way Sandra had one more encounter with the "ball grabber" apparently she asks women for cigarettes and only men for money.
After six days together I have lost all shame and burp and **** at will - unfortunately Steve and Sandra have maintained decorum and I'm starting to feel isolated. Although I don't think Steve can hold out much longer.
Up early this morning to make our way to pick up the RV. The depot is way out in the suburbs, so we had to catch 3 different trains. First train I didn't think I could fit my bag through the ticket entry way so proceeded to another section where there were signs for the assistant to come and open a gate for you. The assistant was not at his desk so I thought that the red buzzer next to it was to call him. Wrong, I activated an emergency assistance alarm which was very loud. Still ...
... explain to her that bacon and eggs just doesn't work on a griddle-type BBQ... But....Treas is/was a teacher, and therefore knows everything about everything in the world, and she says it's the way to do it..... Now, I said we can do it on the BBQ , but we need to do it in a frying pan..... No! We'll cook the eggs in a small pan on the BBQ, but the bacon has to go on the griddle..... .....Sigh.....Ok.....if you must.... So, we got the eggs going nicely in a little pan ...
... Hoorah". Would have been expensive, let alone annoying, if they were lost. Met the Robs at Maccas, and set off south. Very misty and we were hoping for great views of the Massif Central later. Looked at the Garabit rail viaduct, built 1882 and 565 metres long, impressive. Then on to Millau. The Millau road viaduct is 12th highest in the world; 270 metres high, 2.5 km long and has 7 pylons, over the River Tarn. ...