La Maison des Consuls
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... up on his way through and decided to drop in for lunch at his favourite restaurant, well very small world indeed. Lunch was a long lazy affair for us, 3 hours, how very French. Took Tess for a lovely walk along what we were guesting must have been an old railway line and back for a desperately needed mug of tea. Great day. PS: just found the wether forecast, we thought it was warm and hope you're as warm where ever you ...
... more like Italy than the France we'd driven through so far. We had been told that a lot of the supermarkets had washing machines in their entrances (clothes wash whilst you shop). So we stopped at a hypermarket on the way, no sign of any machines, so got the shopping and had lunch. As we were leaving, across the road in the petrol station, were a row ...
... the cooking and eating in Pexoria we also ate in a great restaurant in Carcassone. By the way Kate Moss lives in Carcasonne but I doubt she eats as much fois gras I did. We also had dinner in Jean-Marc's restaurant, I think he enjoyed showing off for us and the food was fabulous. We went shopping in the old market in Ravel and visited an olive cooperative. It was a very entertaining week and I had fun with the people I met. There was an offer to ...
... the bikes without gear and go explore the city. Did I mention this morning we had the best croissant ever! It was more like a braided pastry that was perfectly flaky with just the right amount of chocolate and sugar crystals. Each layer separated by a thin layer of butter that melted in my mouth with each bite. Kory wanted to eat 6. I could have gone for 10. We have been left with the question of how many pastries can we eat in one sitting before we are ...
So we went to Mirepoix via Limoux. E. Leclerc was an important stop on our way. They sell Sieur D'Arques at a Euro less than the cave - my economy drive is kicking in! Then onto the Aire at Mirepoix.
What a disaster? The aire had no shade at all - it was just a Tarmac car park. And the Bourne was 'tres basic'. Push tap - oh boy! Did my arm ache after filling the aquaroll several times? It's moments like that when I am delighted to have all the extras like an ...