Premiere Classe Rodez
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We think there's a song title there. We have the camping car section to ourselves today and although we enjoy company, it is rather nice. We were going to sort out loads on the net today, but still no connection, so sorted out bedding and the usual "stuff" you might do at home. We took Tess for a walk and had decided that we CANNOT leave without more chestnuts, I have been boiling the ones ...
... we found a walnut tree. It was a shame to leave but we needed gas and weren't sure of timings to get to Rodez. Tierry's directions were perfect and for once didn't get lost, so bought the essential fitting and other bits for Pierre and set back on the road to the campsite. Phil took Tess for a quick walk around the lake and it seemed wrong not to come back with 2 pockets full of chestnuts, I was just thinking about putting the chairs & awning away as ...
We have had an interesting day, a gentle start and then went to find a recommended village called Sauveterre-de-Rouergue, about 7km away, the roads were a little narrow for a while, but luckily as usual it seems, the French were taking an early lunch!!! What a charming village, voted one of the prettiest in France and you could see why. The centre of the village is built around a very large court yard and the majority of houses, ...
... It is in a very nice spot by a lake and is very quiet indeed. The site closes for the winter in about 14 days, so we just made it. The owner told us about the unfortunate people on the Cote d'Azure, that had 6" of rain between 10pm & midnight and 14 people had died. We have TV tonight so will have to catch up on the news, sounded devastating. After our usual lunch and that cheap Rose, was very nice, wish we had ...
... we had again read the book and found that there are 2 alternatives to get to Decazeville. The variante was recommended - shorter and less uphill and downhill - unless it was a superb day. Well it wasn't superb weather, and we had no desire to go the scenic route over many hills, so we and most people we saw chose the alternative and had a pleasant walk along minor roads and paths on the ridge - also with ...