Hotel Les Falaises
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my luggage in as he had just been and some his grocery shopping. But the. He changed his mind and was able to fit all of us in. I went to jump in the front seat and again opened the driver's side. I have done this a couple of times now!when I explained where I was going the driver then said that the hotel the others was going to was opposite - how amazing. It was meant to be. It was only 7 euros and the ladies wanted to split - I couldn't do that - I was ...
Before heading back to where Karine and Olivier live on the east coast of France, we took a little trip to Montauban, a small city where Olivier went to boarding school as a child. This city is as old as the village where the wedding was, dating back to around 1150.
I just realized I spelled Montauban wrong on every single photo caption. Oops.
... Karine apparently did not go to bed until 9am and slept outside under a tree with a few of the other girls. This is a typical french wedding! Crazy!
It is now Monday and I've had some time to rest myself and spend time with Karine, Olivier, and their 5 month old daughter Charlotte. We are heading to La Coitat tomorrow, a couple hour drive east to the coast where Karine and Olivier live. I'll post more pictures of the French coast when I arrive!
- Sorry using the dots again!
- Approaching Grisolles (its a place)
- Hold on going through narrow bridge
- 16 locks so far today, might try for Toulouse!
- Might not!
- Didn't I'm in Lespinasse ( it's not a big place) but it is where I am, the locks closed at 1900 and thats where I got to, and open again at 0900 for the final 12k and 4 locks ...
... cooked medium with Jambon and Foie gras Salade. Great!!!!
Back to our room for a sleep as we were really tired.
One & half hours of the deepest sleep and we then went back into town and stumbled on a very nice Creperie. Poulet/curry with raisin & pineapple was washed down with a Brut cidre. Jacqui had Quatre Fromage with a Pastis. Tomorrow looks to be our longest ride into Toulouse so the lights will be out soon as I post this. A' ...