Hotel de France
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... did in Spain for eating. We always stop and have a picnic lunch, having bought some bread - a half baguette - on our way as we leave, and we have a supply of cheese which gets riper and riper in Amr's backpack, and an apple, and chocolate. We do this as there are usually no bars or Cafes along the route, and when we arrive in the town there aren't tapas bars where ...
... a few Australians, apart from the French majority, but we realised we hadn't met any Americans till now, and I don't think English walkers. We do see them (or hear them!) but they seem to be driving tourists, not walkers. It was fine arriving early here, as Condom is quite a busy town, and we are at a hotel, so we were early into our room and have washing discreetly hanging in the sun before we set out ...
We set off fairly leisurely this morning, partly because it was 19 kms (20 actually) and also as tonight is a Chambres d'Hôte and we know they usually don't want you before 3. There was a fog all over in the morning, and we were so lucky that this was today, as we had yesterday clear and beautiful to admire Lectoure and the surrounding views, and also the day before as we arrived. This morning it was quite a blessing ...
... a peaceful space with a cafe in one corner, a rotunda, and benches and picnic tables, which many people have used on this beautiful Sunday. We had an interval when we went to an inviting patisserie to have coffee/hot chocolate and an indulgent sugar fix each, and soon will wend our way back to the hotel (Hôtel de *******) and sit in the garden there. Really good hotel (******* is family name ...
... area of Gascony. It is the home of Armagnac (Amr says he can't see any Armagnac trees), and many duck dishes. Our hotel is again quite special. An old building in a narrow street that leads out to a pool and large area of garden to relax in (where we are now) and to which the wifi extends!!! We are very happy to be here for 2 days, even though Lectoure is a sleepy town, smaller than the other "towns" but great for a relax. Our hotel has a ...