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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A really early start - our neighbors picked us up at 8am and drove us to Cahors where there was the most amazing markets. Indoor and outdoor with foo, flowers, clothing - everything. We went to the magnificent cathedral & saw some divine secret gardens which have become my fave. Lunch by the river & then we drove home via ...
Left for the canyon at 8am for a day of adventure on the black course.
A glass of wine was shared in the village around 4pm.
We stopped off at a sweets factory up the mountain just outside Grasse and then drove further up to explore ...
... the entire way. This was one of the most difficult things that I have ever done. I also knew that I could not stop to take a break, because of how much worse the pain was after I stopped. So, it meant that I did nearly the entire 40km without stopping, they would stop to take a break, and I insisted on just plodding ahead at my slow pace, to which they were easily able to catch up.
I spent most of the day trying to distract myself. I ...
... than the adult books), etc. What you get in the kid guidebooks are recommendations for FUN things to do.
Liam desperately wants to move to France because field trips would be to cool places like Chartres Cathedral or Chinon Chateau—we saw school groups at both—instead of to boring places in Carlsbad, New Mexico. Plus, everyone would speak French with him.
Andy hopes no one speak French to him, though he has a lovely accent. ...
... Martin and is an imposing building overlooking surrounding area.
We then went to our destination of Moissac. We chose Moissac as out destination today after it was recommend to us by a number of people we have met as a 'must see' location, in particular the beautiful Abbey with its Cloister and the remarkable Cacor Canal Bridge.
The Abbey and the attached church of St Pierre dates from the 11th century and is adorned ...