Logis Chez Camillou
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... mushrooms, that must be in season and there were some that were huge and you would think they have been carved from wood. By the way, those 2 small Ceps we bought were €6.00 so I hope we like them, as we can't give them to Tess!!! Popped into the local supermarket "Intermarche" and bought a few bits and some more Rose, 1 at €2.85 about £2.10 and it's a Grenach, so it should be interesting. As we left ...
... her (although she wouldn't leave her huge stick behind). Phil was up when I got back so had a quick lunch as he was feeling marginally better. Arriving at the hairdressers, looked very much like the usual hairdressers, realised nobody spoke but a few words of English!! Help! So lots of hand signs and "plus court ici" (hairdresser) and "not plus court ici" (me) short here, we sort of understood each other! Surprise, surprise, there wasn't the usual small talk, I ...
... more chestnuts. Yes, he bought more, can't have too many and apparently they don't go off! Walked Tess along the river in a park up to what we could only imagine would be a huge waterfall in spring, then along to a beautiful old Chateaux. Built in 1652 and called the Castle of Florac. Inside there was a watercolour exhibition, it's a good job we have no room because they were beautiful paintings of a the area. Phil said ...
... We were rewarded with our road side pitch, with a very special sun rise, which made the mountain look quite magical. I managed to find a few more Chestnuts and have about a kilo. We set off quite steadily as the roads are quite narrow and as we would soon discover very twisty turny, some were so tight they appeared as just a blob on the Sat Nav and we had to go on the wrong side of the road to get round. Pierre is very clever though and he ...
... route D907, the road through Gorges du Tarn. The views along this road were often breathtaking. There's nothing back home that I can compare. Of course the stone villages were continuously fascinating. The driving today was particularly fun - perhaps the best day of the whole journey. We had the fast autoroutes to ourselves (no trucks) and the ...