Hotel le Majestic
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Great hotel - rooms clean and well appointed and the food in the restaurant was good - in a beautful old building
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... and can bleed to death. So Raymond commissioned Stefan, the God of the valley and 4th emergency service to produce his own version of the fumeur de taupe. Stefan gave him a shopping list of things to supply; an old wheel barrow frame, and old saucepan, some flexible pipe, all of which Raymond had available in his messy farm yard. Stefan butchered an old generator for its engine, bolted everything together, gave it a lick of paint and all done. He even ...
... cause. sorry to those of english descent.
Just in case we might do some laundry today!
We managed to cross several passes and one we nearly managed both sides but a 100 plus meters of road was covered with snow drift and the edge of the road only visible before disappearing down the side of the mountain. Its along way from Mandurah. I also still can't get my head around the next 2 months still being ...
... are the norm. My impression is many are no longer livable but the cost of fixing up is too great- so time may be the killer. they have however lasted some 400 or so years already so not too bad.
Been to the restaurant and massive but fab meals and of course French style with lots of fat - especially when we had dessert!
Moving forward to the 24th, the weather ...
... after the heavy snow slid off the front of the roof taking the edging tiles with it. Judging by the little brown water stains in bedroom 4 and our room, there are others that need attention elsewhere. It’s not really the snow that causes that much damage, but the strong sun in the summer, which makes the slate brittle and easily broken in bad weather. The old chimney over the kitchen leaks water in heavy rain, even though it is blocked off, because ...
... and complete obsession with their holidays. Nothing, and I mean nothing, gets between them and their time off. So with the Bordelaise staying in their droves – or doryphores, potato beetles as they better known round here – we have witnessed some of the worst behaviour. Our shepherd arrived back at his farm for lunch to find a car full of tourists blocking his drive trying to put chains on. He had stopped on a nasty corner and asked them to move. They gave him ...