Hotel de la Tour Maje
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... wrinkled"; in this case it means, "used clothes." Score!
After walking the length of the market, we decided to go to the Salon du Thé by the hotel. We were quite parched. We decided to sit outside, so I went in to order two iced teas. No one was around, even when I offered a couple of "bonjours." Then I saw a bell that said (in French) to ring if no one is around. Ring, I did. It amazes me that it works that way. People in America wouldn't just leave their shop open and rely on ...
... get going. Terry drove us to the airport to pick up our Peugeot 208 – it’s black. It was sad saying goodbye to our travel friends who are going on to San Sebastian. Craig was an excellent driver and it took us about 4 hours to get to Millau. We drove here as it is on the way to Italy and because we wanted to see the Millau Viaduct Bridge – wow it’s amazing as is the pretty town and valley it is in. Our ...
... crusted veal with some sort of rice side, and Hunter got a melon and ham salad. We both got the most delicious apple crumble for dessert. I had never eaten at Chez Lucien before. I like it--it's a keeper.
We went back to the hotel, again going by the architects office. The dog was there, but not the architect, so I called and left a message from the hotel. We're just relaxing now.
... drive, stopping to go into an antiques store along the road. We finally made it into to VdR and checked into the hotel.
We were tired, but decided to head over to the house. Hunter had never been there before. We went in, and she got to take a look. Of course, we could only be on the ground floor; there are no stairs to the main floor or attic. It was nice to finally be able to show her, though.
We went to bed at 8 pm...jet lag.
... of the chateau in case of an emergency. At this point tony decided he could take us into town, so we went shopping. We bought insane amounts of food as well as cider, 5 litres of red wine, a slab of beer and a litre of gin. Tony insisted on paying for everything, except the alcohol and snacks, which was incredibly kind of him. When we got home we had a few gin and tonics (many to be honest) ...