Logis des Cretes de Pignols
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... doing some walking but they actually had got much walking in, we waited for about 30 minutes and a taxi arrived. As it was a largish one they asked if I would like to share it - oh yes would I ever (I wasn't looking forward to looking like a pimple on a pumpkin outside the train station - I had already seen some dodgey guy try and offer a lift to 2 couples who were waiting at the from of the station). Initially the taxi driver said he wouldn't be able ...
Before heading back to where Karine and Olivier live on the east coast of France, we took a little trip to Montauban, a small city where Olivier went to boarding school as a child. This city is as old as the village where the wedding was, dating back to around 1150.
I just realized I spelled Montauban wrong on every single photo caption. Oops.
... had sent in of themselves singing the same song and was compressed into one video, and they also had a variation of musical chairs. That was the best part and Jo was one of the contestants. Starting with 13 people, the DJ named off an item that each person had to find from the guests and bring it back to a chair, which was one less than the amount of people that were present. From lipstick, a black belt, bringing someone back with a name that started with "A" (I ...
But the day starts very overcast and not even very warm. And still it goes on. No problem. It's lovely to relax and read. Reading a good book on 'prayer' . Giving me ideas for talks and stuff. Talking to a Dutch lass who was very interested in TCP and trying to persuade her Mum and Dad that she could come and do some volunteer stuff while Learning English and Swahili! I ...
... as a fort during the 11th century. It is a very steep drop from the top of the village to the River Lot below. You can't drive into the village, which only has 217 inhabitants but 400,000 visitors per year, but park on the outskirts and walk in. It was very warm and humid so quite an effort was required in negotiating the steep laneways of the village. There is a rocky outcrop on the highest point where you are treated to stunning views of the countryside. It has ...