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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Caught a bus from Bouisset to Castre because I had hurt my foot so I met up with Peter and Sam in the afternoon. Wandered around Castre, sampling the patisseries. It was a cold, windy day a taste of the weather to come. I lit a candle at the church which surprisingly. was heated so quite inviting. Went to see a Goya exhibition and the gardens designed by Louis the fourteenth's gardener. Was good to be a tourist for the ...
... something one way, and then change his mind, then add in a complicated fifteen step process to make a tablespoon of potato foam, and then plate up using tweezers. He was somewhat more volatile than Roberrrr, and again spoke almost no English. However, speaking 'food' with Jean-Marc could get you into a little bit of trouble. He runs a very busy Michelin starred restaurant, and I think I said 'oui chef' more than once. It was great fun. Along ...
... The Tarn. Castres arrived and once parked up in our medico Aires I shot into town to get my bike sorted. Kate Sippetts where are you when I need you? My French is appalling. I fumbled my way through some very basic hand jesters plus a bit of Le Tour De France commentary until the bike man got the idea and fixed my wobbly wheel, my knackered front brake and my juddering head set. Old Thorney the Touring machine is now fully capable of the next Cols I dare ...
... 44.50 euro - and took the $50 note and said "merci" and disappeared. We both had a good laugh that we obviously were tipping him tonight!! After about ten minutes he did actually return our change - but we decided to leave it anyway. It was now after 10pm and time to go view old town in it's nightly splendour. Luckily the viewpoint for this was on the footbridge near our hotel. There were quite a few people on the bridge taking in the view. We got some great photos and then headed ...
... There are approximately 8,600 vineyards in Bordeaux (crazy number, right?), and we drove past a number of them on our way to each vineyard. Something I took from the tour was that they all grow their own grapes, and use their own grapes exclusively in Bordeaux (whereas in New Zealand it is very common for a winery to purchase grapes from growers to use in their wine, and not own too many of their own vines (thank you TWE (Matua) for the knowledge gained on your ...