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Breakfast at the hotel this morning. Was able to order some scrambled eggs - I'm positive they cooked them in cream. They also serve cheesecake for breakfast as part of the buffet!! I can't believe how cold it is - it's about 8deg at the moment and raining. I have all my winter woollies on including thermals, gloves, beanie, neck warmer, scarf and stockings under my jeans - it's ridiculous. The locals tell me it was up to ...
Today we had a city tour of Bordeaux which was quite a surprise to us. In the18th century after the fire of London The king decided all the timber buildings be replaced with sandstone which has to be seen to believe. It is now UNESCO World Heritage there are beautiful fountains bridges and buildings.
After lunch we travelled to Lourdes to the Hotel Grotte for the night. ...
... high rise. Hotel Colon (means cool box) very nice, not centrally located but in the city proper. We are all on Level 1 it appears. Just waiting for bags to arrive, then will do washing and then rest up till we go out at 6.20 for a meal and orientation to the city. 37 here. All a bit warm but no humidity. Think we will cope especially if aircon! No aircon in lunch stop. Really hot in there. Well, back in hotel room after ...
Left hotel at 8.30 after a nice breakfast, in a very crowded space. Really good to be getting to know many on the trip. All seem really nice. Anyway - took a while to get out of Bordeaux, seemed to be harder than Paris. Headed to Biarritz for lunch, about a 2 hour drive. What a wonderful place, can see why it is so very popular with the rich and famous. The Grand Palace Hotel, Was originally built as a royal palace for napoleon's nephew, also an emperor. ...
... and can bleed to death. So Raymond commissioned Stefan, the God of the valley and 4th emergency service to produce his own version of the fumeur de taupe. Stefan gave him a shopping list of things to supply; an old wheel barrow frame, and old saucepan, some flexible pipe, all of which Raymond had available in his messy farm yard. Stefan butchered an old generator for its engine, bolted everything together, gave it a lick of paint and all done. He even ...