Relais & Chateaux Relais Royal
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... ben environ, cest qui me manque un peu la fin de veiller! lol une chance que ya des photos pour nous rafrachir la memoire, inquietez vous pas les boys je les mettrai pas toute lol;
Lundi, oufff yen aura pas de facile, mais celle la cetait une bonne! my god! qq1 vient varger dans la porte pour me reveiller! ye quel heure la? 12h30!!! *****!!! ye dont ben tard! on sarrache la vie, mange un petit truc! merci mathieu, oufff on a un ...
The end of our holiday is near. Today we left St Victor Rouzaud at the start of a glorious day and motored our way to the Toulouse with the assist of Tom Tom. All went well with giving the car back - even though it was covered with a wonderful coat of dust, mud and leaves. I became quite fond of the little Renault diesel number.
Saw the funniest shaped plane ever in Frankfurt at the Airbus factory - Puppa said it was a cargo plane; ...
... in France has been everything I wished it to be - the scenery, the people, the food, the wine and a great bed each night. We are so pleased that we decided to stay here and just drive to different areas each day.
Take care everyone and I will talk to you all soon.
Nana-jan & ...
... There are many many walking tracks through this area and the top was the start for two tracks. You can understand why people go off trampling when the views are this good.
Last night we went out to the local cafe for dinner. The farm produced all that we ate - typical french meal, 4 courses with wine. Great food, good wine and a lovely roaring log fire.
Must away the french countryside (and market at Foix) awaits us.
Nana-jan & Puppa
... at siesta time when the shops are closed - he reckons that he has saved a lot of money this way.
We are both full of a head cold and today have decided to head west into the mountains and tonight we are off to a local farm for supper. Apparently they grow all that you eat. It is usually either duck or lamb. More about that tomorrow.
My apologies to the french for any errors in spelling of the ...