Hotel Restaurant Karina
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The bread- a staple everywhere in France- a light, crusty baguette for less than one euro.
And finally, of course, cheap but reasonable wines for around €3 to €5 a bottle in the supermarket, or €8 to €12 a half litre carafe in a restaurant.
France has so many lovely places to visit, but we would return year after year for the food alone!
We have already booked our French ...
... walked back down to the valley & had lunch & then walked up to Alhambras. I walked through Alhambras looking at the magnificent rooms & around the very extensive gardens. My ticket for the Palacios Nazares palace (part of Alhambras) was for 5-30pm, so I walked back down the hill into the city to the cathedral, which I went through & it was magnificent, as are so many cathedrals in Europe. Then I walked back up the hill to go through the palace.
... like umbrellas and paper flowers hanging from trees which made it an interesting place to stay. I had two encounters with nature whilst staying here, one was with the thousands of mosquitoes that were breeding in the lake and I found them to be incredibly friendly. The second was with a family of coypu that lived next to where I had parked my motorhome and I saw them every day. They are huge South American rats but I have to admit that they are very cute ...
... and hit the barrels behind the walls. The brewery we went to was huge and they loose 80,000 litres of cognac just to evaporation. It produces a fungus when it evaporates and turns all the buildings black and even the trees around the buildings. Our guides name was Max and he was very specific with his English and apologised for any mistakes he made. The funniest one was when he asked us to come us and sit in the cask. We looked at him ...
... Stop it was. We drove there via a circular route to show them where to find Borg Cafe, then it was sampling the delights of French Service Station food. I have to say that whilst it is by no means gourmet food, it is of a really good standard and a main course, two deserts and wine costs €11. We have eaten there quite often and have always had reasonable food. We now known to always look for the Relais sign in France to find good food for a reasonable ...