Logis Hotel Family
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was a massive shock is an understatement. I never think about my dad as getting ill or being unhealthy. Apart from the fact that he looks about 30 years old and I am sure he has made a deal with the devil to remain youthful, he seems to have so much energy all the time. So to hear he had had a heart attack was horrible. So after phoning everyone and worrying most of the evening and the girls breaking down in tears on the phone too ...
... family. Well it sort of stopped, just a few spots, so had a lovely walk along the river. Then left Tess with Pierre whilst we walked back into the city. Found a Bergere de France shop (any knitter will know this) and bought some bargain wool, just to add to my stash, so must find time to get finish my jumper! After getting caught in a hail storm on the way back bumped into the people next door who said 'demain soleil" sun ...
... through the hole with him and a cloth. Meanwhile another van (Dutch) turned up and parked in the next space but one. You can only imagine what they thought? A crazy English man blue bowl and washing the roof of the van through a skylight! The solar panel is flat by the way, so they would be able to see it. So when I returned we thought it best to go for a walk after a quick cuppa, although the Dutch couple had the better idea they were sat outside with a glass of ...
... more chestnuts. Yes, he bought more, can't have too many and apparently they don't go off! Walked Tess along the river in a park up to what we could only imagine would be a huge waterfall in spring, then along to a beautiful old Chateaux. Built in 1652 and called the Castle of Florac. Inside there was a watercolour exhibition, it's a good job we have no room because they were beautiful paintings of a the area. Phil said ...
... only took about 10-15 minutes to install and we were back on the road. At least half a dozen other cyclists, most wearing the same green and yellow kit, passed us on the way up while I was effecting repairs. I was more careful after that, stopping occasionally to check my rims and let them cool, and also to take pictures. Normally I don't take a lot of general scenery photos, but today's route was especially beautiful.