Kyriad Brive La Gaillarde Centre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We are staying at an actual Chateau for 2 nights now. It is called the Chateau de la Fleunie. Silly name, but a beautiful Chateau on a hill, overlooking farmlands. It has a large swimming pool, which I used today. Not like I'm used to at home, 84 degrees, but about 72 degrees. Cold , but refreshing. We had dinner in the restaurant and will head out tomorrow to see some ancient cave paintings in a nearby ...
Early start today - breakfast at 8am - I think this is probably the earliest we have had breakfast all week. We had two options today - the longer route included a visit to Eyrignac Manor Garden and we hadn't done a garden visit yet. It was also said to be one of the most beautiful formal French 18C gardens. The longer route hd some significant hills at the start of the day - within the first 20km. Although it had been foggy the morning ...
... above the ground and 4 larger containers were underneath that were storing the rubbish and were on wheels. Very neat design. Today we decided to deviate again from the recommended trip notes so we explored the village first - quite a few of this were closed I think due to a funeral occurring later in the day. The wild flowers on the river bak were out in bloom and made the riverbank look quite attractive. The water is quite a brownish colour - I did here ...
Decided to deviate from the recommended trip notes which recommended visiting more prehistoric sites. And we opted for the shorter route so that we can get to Montignac early and then visit Lascaux caves in the afternoon. After breakfast we did a quick Geocache find at the train station nearby and then we headed off. It was already starting to warm up and the expected top temperature was going to be 30' We called in to the village and picked up our lunch supplies for ...
... served an aperitif - melon gazpacho shot, olive tapenade and prawn risotto. Entree was a bacon and vegetable risotto with a foam - reminded me of Heston! Main was veal with a mushroom sauce and some lovely vegetables. Soft goats cheese with herbs and balsamic reduction. Dessert was panacotta with citrus sorbet and a coconut and cream tube Absolutely delicious Again the portions were a perfect size and the flavours ...