INTER-HOTEL Le Chapon Fin
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Early wake up and departure for Bordeaux . Passed the town of Tulsa where the space station for Europe is. Saw the rocket ship aurion 5. This is also where the Airbus planes are made. We then drove a bit longer to carcassone. Which is a medieval township which has been ...
Up early (well Phil was) to take Tess to the dog groomer. He came back with 2 lovely croissants plus custard fancies for lunch and the usual bread. Whilst she was there (2 hours) we cleaned, packed up and filled up with water. When he went to pick her up the young girl assistant unhitched the little dog she just finished who ran to Phil. He made a fuss of her and said tres Bon which was when the girl realised, wrong dog!!!! Setting ...
... morning but so many campsites are closed down that there is not much to choose from and as the weather forecast was not too flash we thought home sounded like a good idea. We set off and our trip was taking us in the direction of Toulouse and I think we were both resigned to going home although I don't think deep down we really wanted to, we love being in Svenny after all. Then as we were crusing around the ringroad of Toulouse we saw the 'Cite de ...
We took our time this year meeting Emma and family at Cherry Hinton (October 4th) and then on the next day to Chartwell to look around Churchill's home and what a splendid day that was. Eventually on the ferry at Dover on October 4th enjoying the usual crossing, with champagne, shopping at Auchan in Calais and overnighting at Wissant. Next day was rain so we headed South and enjoyed a fine day ...
... also noticed a theme of cats in the village, and during our tour of the church and cloisters, there was a movie, fortunately with English subtitles, which as well as all the history, explained the cat motif. Apparently there was a famine and they started to eat the cats, and a girl named Angeline loved cats and saved 2, and when there was then a plague of rats the town was saved by these cats and their offspring ...