Le Panoramic Hotel Piscine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So a new month and we get closer to Christmas but still the sun keeps shining. Its bloody lovely in France. Back to school at the start of the week and Ruby was a bit wobbly as expected but got over it soon enough. The rest of us have just about managed to get through the week unscathed although this has not been helped by me suffering from a terrible case of flu de monsieur. Yes it would appear that this is ...
... pick up some supplies for a picnic. We stopped and got everything we needed which included sandwiches, crisps, drinks, some patisseries and a very special treat. In the supermarket they had a promo shelf with lots of American goods, pretzels, peanut butter cups and the like and at the bottom of the shelf they had some Tim Tams. Now this is a flamin' disgrace because any drongo could tell ya that Tim Tams are bloody Aussie mate and I don't know what these bloody ...
... to drive further than we wanted and found a little layby with a view of the road to stop at. As we drove the last part of the way home after lunch we passed some caves that are a little tourist stop so we decided we could stop and have a look. It was a bit of a funny set up as the person on the reception obviously gave a guided tour and they were the only person there and when we rocked up they were obviously showing someone else around as there was a note in ...
... little English spoken but we did ok understanding the menu. Phil had his favourite, an entrecôte steak and I had duck breast both delicious and full of garlic. This was followed by profiteroles to share, my favourite. Oh yes and for good measure, a bottle!!! of very nice white wine. Tomorrow it's off to the coiffure for Tess, followed by a trip to a dealers, should be interesting! as they do not speak any English. So no more loitering outside the TIC to upload the ...
We walked up the Chemin de Croix (path of the stations of the cross) in Rocamadour in a downpour last night, but even that was amusing as Liam told stories and the rest of us laughed.
What a village this is! Built before the 13th century in the Midi-Pyrenees, it has been a place of pilgrimage for people traveling through the Pyrenees to Spain on their pilgrimages. Regional wars damaged the village in the 16th century, but it is well preserved ...