Hotel le Castel
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... set up, selling mostly clothing. We went knto one of the hotels we had the name of, and decided to stay, choosing a 'superior room', which was large, had wifi and a tea/coffee maker, ( not that it really influenced me?!), and for €79 a night was good value.
We had another, unfortunate experience like we had on a previous trip, when we tried to get fuel. Many of the stations now are attached to a supermarket, are available ...
... Lucas jumps to his feet and exclaiming over his should as he bolts down the street "The car!" Ashley and i are puzzled and wait for him to come back. He is gone for ages and we start to worry, but he returns and tells us he thought there was something not right about the car. His gut instincts once again are spot on.
Three parking inspectors are surrounding the car as he rounds the corner. In his ...
... bed, incredibly comfortable and beautifully appointed. The bathroom with a lovely big tub for soaking and a separate dressing room. Beautiful decor.
We are all very tired from our long trip today and i quickly throw a salad together and cook some fresh fish in garlic butter and lemon. The bottle of peach wine i put into the fridge to cool falls out of the fridge door as i open it and smashes into hundreds of pieces. So we can strike that from our dinner menu. ...
... just what we all needed. Nice and relaxing.
(Jess) I would like to add to this. Its been a tough time recently on the trip and I have been trying to work out why. I think its to do with a transition period (which is always a hard time in any situation). But when we first set out it was exciting and this kept us all going emotionally but now we are in week 3 reality has taken over excitement and this has had an effect on our moods as we all struggle ...
... in the square outside the monastery, I never did see who owned them, wouldn't it have been funny so see some French farmer come out in his overalls and drive away, but I seriously doubt that. Gosh it is really quiet in these tiny villages at this time of year on a Sunday, sometimes it is as if you have the place to yourself, occasionally you will fine a small French child playing on his bicycle and always ready to have ...