La Bastide St Georges
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... car park. Cordon bleu it was not. But the sun had come out and we were down to T shirts. Not Val obviously. So then, refuelled, we set off for Millau and the famous viaduct. On the way, the sun went in again and we had to stop to refit fleeces - or in Val's case, a scarf. Red Leader also took that opportunity to place his sunglasses on the boot - and, of course, subsequently lose them! We arrived at the viaduct at teatime. The only problem was that ...
... less luggage, and we will try to avoid using a car. Apart from the issues with our beloved GPS, the other downside to having a car is that it always seems to be really difficult to find anywhere to park. When you do finally find somewhere, it is usually a long way from where you want to be, and it is really expensive. We have wasted many many hours driving around looking for somewhere to park. I think that there must be many better ways to spend time than doing ...
In Provence we stayed in a double house with our Poppy, our Uncle Paddy and his girlfriend Mathilde. During our stay we had a chef cook for us, we walked to old castles in old towns, went swimming ( a lot), played ping pong and ate ice cream. My favourite day was when we played SeaMonster in the pool with my uncle and Mathilde. It was my favourite day because Paddy made extremely funny faces. My ...
... group of friends that they keep close contact through shared activities of raising kids, intectual and social interests.
We met a few of those friends who are, coincidentally working to build a co-housing community in Forcalquier. As such, Gwenn and I were invited to speak to some of the people that are part of the original group. Gwenn made a slide presentation with some of the materials from Higher Ground and we spoke about our ...
... bottle of my favourite moisturiser from L’Occitane en Provence). We then worked up to the town’s Citadelle which gave a stunning view over the town and the whole area. Not a bad spot to eat our lunch made with fresh baguette either. Some more of the historical parts of the town included Les Recollets, a church that was used as a prison to lock up Napoleon III’s supporters, the ...