Les Jardins de Brantome
Travel Blogs from Brantome
We stopped here overnight several years ago, possibly with the tent. We never had time to look around the village. This time we arrived early enough to go for a wander. Overcast but feeling warm at 19deg. Walked into town by ...
... Bright Yellow Wattle). Really pretty old town with pedestrianized streets and delicious little patissiers. Although it's amazing how it can all just close up for 2 hours in the middle of the day!! After this, to keep in theme we travelled down to a Duck/Goose Farm to stay for the night in the country. Stinky all right! Ella enjoyed introducing her ducky to all it's ...
... in the Basque region, so much so that we resorted to putting on the caravan heating - the first time since the unexpected snowfall in Italy at the end of June. We also got out trousers and fleeces which we had become unaccustomed to wearing for many months. After much travelling, we decided against cooking so went down to the village to Dino's, run by an Anglo-French couple, for a pizza and a glass or two of 'red', and retired for ...
... stuff in our backyard/jungle to create our own modern art – another idea for future garden walks, perhaps…
A quick bite to eat, and Steve took Luke and Eva on a tram back to the car while Ruby and I walked (Luke had been wanting to go on a modern tram since Valencia).
One of the things we had looked forward to the Basque Region was the food. The local food here is 'Pintxos’, which ...
... most days out but evenings here at the house, creating fabulous food and sipping fabulous wine. We've visited prehistoric caves, markets, vineyards, foie gras farms and have been seeking bread where ever possible. The 4 of us are having a grand time together eating and drinking our way to nirvana.
Diane and Susan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet