Hotel Solana Inter Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Having left Brugge, we drove as far as we could into France using the Autoroutes where deemed neccessary. After a good few hours of driving and still 4 hours to our house, we stopped off for the night south of Tours. We rose relatively early, in yet more drizzle, to drive to our friends Paul & Karen for lunch before the last and final hour to home.
Opening the gates revealed our own version of the 'Lost Gardens of Heligan' which will no doubt take a ...
Wow, it is beautiful down here, quite different to the Loire region, it is quite rural with the rugged Pyrenees in the background and bordering Spain. Diana's forefathers came from the south of France so we drove 6 hrs to Buzy near Pau to stay and get the feel of her great grandfather's place. We had a quick look around the very close knitted communities then checked into our b&b. We stayed in a b&b La Maïnade which had rooms and also provided dinner. Sitting at ...
The home of chevre had it's annual festival this weekend with many stalls and displays of goats cheeses. The day was fine and the town was jumping with happy people buying sausage, cheese, trinkets and wines. While tasting wines we met a young American couple who are working and learning about chevre manufacture with a plan to start ...
... is necessary to-- was very often used.
Because SO much is necessary to get this lovely place into shape.
We learned the words for blackberry, cherry trees (covered with ivy), lawn mower... all kinds of useful stuff if ever we were again to engage in major bricolage and jardinage.
Actually it turned out that there are about 4 sets of neighbours who back on to the wall and half of them ended up coming over for a sticky beak and had ...
... some pet sitting in the UK and some DIY in France where we are helping maintain a small chateau just north east of La Rochelle.
The owners live and work in the Languedoc and can't manage the property easily from afar, and as it's being let out as a vacation rental in a few weeks time, they need quite a few jobs to be done.
I now see why people shy away from such lovely old buildings. The upkeep is relentless. ...