- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... an Ammonite and cool rocks from one stall then we headed home for some lunch. In the afternoon we went for a great bike ride through the countryside and explored some forest on foot (which ended up in a large broccoli field!) When we got back we played and intense game of Scrabble and then relaxed in the spa soaking up the view down the valley. Emily has some home made potato and leek soup on the stove which we will have with some fresh baguette for dinner, just ...
... of Albi is built on a large river called the Tarn so there are many bridges in this town. One of them is said to be one of the oldest (still in use) which was built in 1040. After looking around a bit more we hopped back in the car, grabbed some supplies and headed home. The kids relaxed as we kicked back in the spa and talked about the days adventure. Although one surprise was when we pulled the cover off the spa and a small green frog jumped out. The kids though he was very ...
... the oldest places around (built in 727ad). We were lucky enough to be the only ones who got to look around this place as it's normally closed during this time. The 360deg views were amazing as well as the ability to built such a structure on the side of a cliff. Afterwards we headed to the Bastide town of Cordes sur Ciel for more medieval sights, and lunch! A bastide is normally situated on top of a steep hill, with stone walls ...
After packing our bags and departing from the Hotel in Toulouse, we picked up our hire car and navigated our way out of the city. Once on the motorway it was a breeze. Nice that speed limit on it was 130kmph as it made the trip to Castelnau-de-Montmiral a lot quicker. As we were early (couldn't arrive before 3pm) we stopped at Gaillac for supplies and for ...
... English, as it has been nearly two months now since we have been in a primarily English speaking country. We never noticed how we missed hearing other people speaking in our native language until we heard it.
Today, Sunday 25 January. This morning we woke up to a very, very light covering of snow! Nathan and Roy went out for a drive around the area to take some scenery photos and had a fun time trampling through frozen paddocks and a gravel ...