Hotel Le Pavillon du Chateau de Garrevaques
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Ian who comes from Dartmouth, but knows all the fishermen gang from Cadgwith, we had lots to talk about over a coffee and it was good fun, we exchanged places of where we should stay and Andorra was high on the list. So as we are very close we thought yeh, why not and plan to travel that way over the next couple of days. We said our goodbyes and decided to stay the night just down the road in Mirepoix, a medieval town ...
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... After the very cheap hair cut I had in Spain I thought I would try a top quality salon and it was certainly a lovely experience but whether it was worth £50 I am not sure. When I came to catch the bus back I ran into problems - I couldn't find the bus stop. I knew that I was on the right road but there were no bus stops so in the end, in my faltering French I asked a couple of ladies for directions. They pointed to the road but I still couldn't see a ...
... journey. On the way to the first winery we passed quite a few harvesters and little tractors pulling the grape laden trailers. The harvesters share the vines and the grapes and a few other things fall off. The first winery we stopped at was a massive operation. We were walked through the production process from beginning to end and even saw the bottling process in place. We were able to look into one of the vats with red grapes where the juice was being pumped out and then back ...
... in an ancient town called Carcassonne which was an old French town that had been fortified by the Roman's around 100BC. The boys were very excited to visit the 'fortress town' It was an amazing place and they had heaps of fun imagining the battles that had taken place there. We could walk all around the town and around the inside of the fortress walls. It was huge and impressive. We were so pleased we made the effort to stop here on our way to Uzes for the ...