Premiere Classe Rodez
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... she said "grand mistake". We were still half cut from the pastis. We had coffee in a little village called Aubrac and the owner of the hotel is a former model. Matt and I have been here before. Steve has decided to move to Aubrac and maybe help her out. And Sandra is going to help out Peter from the hotel a couple of days ago. ...
Well we had a couple of more days in Paris but to be honest it was mostly walking around and eating but in Paris, it is very convenient that neither Sandra, Steve or I have any interest in museums and churches.
We caught the TGV to Lyon yesterday which was an interesting experience, travelling by train at 300kph. We then picked up a rental car and drove to Monistrol D'Allier a little village I stayed in last year. It has a great hotel and ...
... place along a little river. The boys had a play ground to de stress themselves, whilst we organised the RV and had a much needed alcoholic beverage.
Next day we hit the road early and headed south towards Spain. The country side is so green. Lots of corn and sunflower crops.
Now we are in a nice little village campsite called Severac which has a beautiful castle up behind us. Plus it has a pool which is a bonus for the boys. Having a few beers while planning the next ...
... cooking an excellent dinner, we began chatting to a pleasant Dutch couple and ended up spending the rest of the evening with them... That's all for the night for me...Treas is on fire-wood duty again, and it's pretty-much pumpkin-time..... 'Y'all Wilbur And - apologies to some of you Scandawegians who may not understand my Aussie slang... For example - "pumpkin-time" above, stems from the Cinderella nursery-tale where she turned into a pumpkin at midnight.... ...
... trying to avoid the twisted ankle. People tend to keep their properties very well maintained. A fair number of artists seem to be located here and this village unlike the others had some commerce in the form of two bistro/restaurants and a shop with all things Auvergne. We stopped and had a little lunch on a stone wall and had fun imagining what it would be like to live here now and in years gone by. ...