Hotel le Grezalide
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Just a little note to say I'm heading home tomorrow on Tuesday, the time went by so fast...that's why it is so important to make sure your take the time when you decide to head over to Europe.
I've been especially blessed with special friends here in southern France....it's really been a soul healing trip, as I have been hoping it to be. I have decided that life ...
... BBQ, despite the breeze blowing away most of the heat, and put the bacon slices on the griddle... The bacon packet described the bacon as "tranches", in French, which is actually "slices", but I'd reckon that "shavings" was a more appropriate term.... They were about half a mm thick.... So after a few moments, as a bit of fat began to draw from the bacon, we had a bit of a flame, then a bigger flame, and therefore more fat, and a bigger flame.........And a serious ...
... went back downtown and went through all the cultural exhibitions and tapestry shows.... Sigh....jeez I'm a patient man....but, it was quite amazing to see the intricate detail that is woven into these things, some of which are huge and often took years to make one piece. Then, having got that out of the way relatively early, we headed off . George insisted on taking us on some very suss-looking D roads, that immediately had her panicking since they showed on her paper map ...
... But, I ate it.... Treas didn't..... I thought she was going to spew.... Let's just say that it hasn't gone on my list of all-time favourites......It seems to be pig intestine stuffed with seasoned, chopped offal, and then baked.... It looked very much as if it contained exactly what a pig's intestine would contain... Eating it reminded me of the advice to the British women during the war....."just lie back and think of Britain...." And I won't ever order ...
... make you wonder where we lost the plot... Just superb! Why don't we see these things any more...? It was quite unusual in that we were allowed to walk around and touch, feel, the original, un-restored furniture, wall-"paper", paintings, china, crystal, etc, and there was nothing to stop you doing anything that you wished, other than your own sense of proprietary. There was a dining table that took my eye - it was a nice, modest leaf-table, maybe 2.5m ...