La Ferme de Flaran Hotel
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... ALL THE MESSAGE....AND I WILL. THANK YOU SO NOW I AM IS SAN SEBASTIAN , AND I SLEPT FOR 14 hrs, SO NOW I AM OFF ON THE TRAIN TO LOURDES,FRANCE. ANOTHER ONE OF MY DREAMS. I WONDER IF I WILL BE ALONE, I REALLY DONT THINK SO..... ANY WAY THIS SEEMS LIKE A SMALL TOWN, BUT OF COURSE I ONLY WALKED FROM THE TRAIN STATION DOWN TO THE HOTEL. I MET A FELLOW FROM QUEBEC TODAY AT THE TRAIN STATION IN BASQUE, SEEMS LIKE I AM THE ONLY PERSON WHO DOESNT KNOW ABOUT BASQUE!!! ANYWAY WE ...
... FROM THE LOCKER AND MOVE ON TO San Sabastion, and next is FRANCE..I think...... I Have to figure out where I can get the SIM card for France so I am on the Hunt today. So I hope you enjoy the pictures, this was a life time desire, to go here and climb that hill, so thanks Harry for your support in making this happen.....love ...
Our final destination for the day was the the Cistercian abbey of Flaran. Here we had a tour of the building and then some time to peruse the art collection. The abbey was built in the 12th Century and had various mishaps over the centuries having been caught up in the both the hundred year war and the French wars of religion when it was burned down for the first time and was again burned down for a dodgy insurance claim before being taken over as a cultural ...
... history. They had four children, Maïte, Christiane, François and Yves, Maïte and Yves decided to stay on the property and tend the vines. In 1972 they created their first company selling Bas-Armagnac and in 1982 started producing quality white wines. Yves sons Armin and Rémy are now in charge.
So now there are 1060 Ha under vine and we were lucky enough to have one of their key wine makers take us around the site. Very impressive it was too with ...
... as Crumble but that is a bit like saying Einstein was good at sums. This is a fabulous dish made from buttery layers of the finest of thin sheets of crusty crisp wafer thin pastry laid roughly on top of an apple pie soaked in Armagnac - yip, they do deserts well here! The making of this dish is a real skill and can take years to perfect, whomever made ours was an expert as it tasted divine. This was accompanies buy a special liqueur made by the house from a ...