Hotel Restaurant Le Relais Du Moulin
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... more on the streets once we get to Paris.
We decide to drive into Biarittz. It looks like a lovely town. We drive to the beach and it is rainy and overcast but it is still good to see it.
Back in the car and we drive all day. We pass through way too many toll booths for Clint, and he keeps us entertained as he trys to take his ticket & pay. Meg enjoys snapping pics of him.
We stop to feed Lily and ourselves every few hours.
Lily did really ...
A great night with electricity, makes a difference, a DVD and super food. Floods in the MH this morning from somewhere, sorted now and no problem. Heading to Marbouie in the rain. A lovely drive along minor roads with evidence of coypu, boar and deer in the forests and by the road ...
... as a hunting lodge for Francis I and changed hands several times it seems because apparently it was somewhat challenging to live in – very cold in winter and heaps of mossies in summer! It was a very cold castle to walk around on a cold day.
... at about 97%! AND then the rain came, in torrents, all night. We had to resort to the Hobbit, part two and we enjoyed that again. Now in the inevitable MacDonald's as our wifi deal with 3 using a mifi system is not working so Sue on Skype, 45 minutes so far, trying to get help. 3 have set up a deal with France (not sure which company) for a shared use but it is not being shared with ...
... wife and then widow of Henri II. The walls are still hung with original tapestries, helping to give a real feel for the warmth and color that would have enriched the rooms. One of the most striking features of the chateau is the bridge, with its two-storey hall (see the pictures to know what I mean). The kitchens actually span two of the bridge arches. During WWII, the river Cher, which flows beneath the bridge, corresponded to the line of demarcation ...