La Maison Bord'Eaux
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- Pets allowed
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I’ve been on a steep learning-curve to know what I need to know to do my part in the development and maintenance of the site. I’m far from where I need to be, but far enough along the do the minimum.
... a ruin, but it has fairly recently been restored and the visit is now quite interesting. So much history in this part of the world!
I finished up about noon, and drove on to the home of the Muirs who had invited me for lunch. We had a delicious and leisurely French lunch: six courses counting the aperitif, and the coffee at the end. The main course was confit de canard, often translated as potted duck, which ...
... course. the red poppies grow wild this time of year, apparently covering the battlefields that is how it came about to be associated with Anzac Day
We have a great group all about our stage of life and we are really enjoying meeting everyone
Today we visited chateau Chenonceau built in14th century by Henry 11 and given to his mistress Diane ...
... large campervan which results in Stephen occasionally overriding the GPS – So you can see how confusing it could be for the poor navigator!! Anyway we are sorting this out by programming the GPS to avoid tolls and by researching the proposed route before we set out.
Gayle has driven the van a few times now that we are out of the cities, she is pretty nifty around campsites reversing into service points and levelling up on the pitches. As ...
After skyping Grandma and Grandpa at the tourist office we set off on the Voie Verte behind the Aire in Pierrefitte towards Cauterets. We had to push our bikes a lot because it was rather steep, which was unusual for an old railway line. After a promising start with great views of the mountains the trail was closed after about 3km which was very disappointing. At least it was all down hill on the way back. We drove about 25km north to Lourdes and an E. Leclerc ...