INTER-HOTEL Le Chapon Fin
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Well the last two days have been very quiet indeed. We are all a bit worn out from our trip to Andorra and Spain on Tuesday and Wednesday so we decided to take it very easy by staying home and catching up on school. Today, which is Friday, we did venture out for a short time to do some last minute shopping in Montauban before, sadly, we leave our lovely Gite which has been home for the past month and make our way to ...
... br> In the afternoon, Traci and Nathan went for a nice run together. Well it started nice until Nathan took Traci on a route out of town which we had to go down the hill at the start, which was good, but it was up the hill on the way back when the fun started! Plus, he took her along the main road, so not only was it hard enough running up but they had to dodge between trees as cars were approaching. We are sure we will look back on the afternoon ...
... we decided to visit it.
The museum is not well signed from the road but after making a few inquires with some locals we found it in a block of government buildings. The museum was free to enter, however before we were allowed to enter we had to give Kate and Roy's ages (12 and 10) as there is some very graphic content, mainly depicting the holocaust, and children under 10 were not allowed and those older had to ...
... by Christophe Ratz a young man who has a fondness for Rugby and beer. Funny how those two things go together so well. We saw Christophe at the brewery working his magic and singing to the brew to keep it calm and mellow while it fermented into liquid gold, perhaps this is the missing ingredient Traci's fathers home brew is lacking and stopping him from making his fortune in the world beer market.
... biggest hurdle was picking up the cooked legs which naturally enough looked like skinned frogs and eat the meat from the bone. This obstacle was overcome with Nathan peeling the meat from the bones for the girls to eat without having to look at the legs themselves and we all experienced the taste of frog. Nathan may have pushed it a bit too far with the girls by pretending the legs were alive and jumping over the plate, or having a pair of frog ...