Hotel Villas les Goelands
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Wednesday morning dawned a bit grey and misty. The view across the fields and marshes was limited, but we did see a number of moorhen, rabbits and a couple of herons as we walked over to the service area for the loo. Then it was back onto the motorway for the long drag to Tours. Northern France has a number of interesting towns and it has a pleasant coast, but between these are mile upon mile of flat ...
... Ninja Turtle. Just what we need.
Sal and I have played quite a bit of cards this week in the rain, which has also allowed us to try some local wine and fizz. There is a Cava that looks somewhat like Dom Perignon, so we have been on that. Doesn't taste like it unfortunately, but at EU10 you can't expect too much. My new name is Neil, after losing 10 straight games of Kanasta (Jessa can't say Nil, he says Neil) -including the unlosable ...
... d had time I would have had two!! Total breakfast was €4.80. Yay finally!
But this was more than a small place to eat. They were baking their own panini and at the ding of the bell they open the over doors. A few minutes later the staff are making ready to go paninis! And they were making their own pastry and apple pies. Wow don't see that anymore. Or course someone does them somewhere and out the back in the kitchen, not at ...
... up before dinner. We didn't want to eat as late as the night before, hoping to avoid the masses and also get some pictures during sunset. We first attempted to find a restaurant near the apartment, to avoid the 20 minute walk into Old Town. Nothing was open yet, so we journeyed on. Once there, the crowds hadn't arrived yet, but also a lot of places weren't open for dinner either. We found one place that looked ok, but the tapas were nothing special. I remembered ...
... as we went so a double win. On Thursday we went for a ride over a mountain (Jaizkibel at about 565m) which was great, the gradient was fantastic and it just meant that with a steady cadence we ended up at the top of the mountain. The wind was blowing so that meant that when we stopped for a view you got cold pretty quickly. On the run down the other side it was on with all of the clothes that ...