Hotel Restaurant Ricordeau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A bit of back and forth reattaching the awning but we eventually cracked it! Then delish barbie of chicken and steak and bits before Sherlock Holmes movie and sleepy bed! Toilet breaks were enhanced by the beautifully clear sky and the very nearly full moon. Thursday The original plan for today was to visit the gardens in Villandry. But an annoyingly early wake up ...
... pilgrimages, one on the Sahara and one on women with headscarves (I'm sure its meaning is deeper than that but I couldn't translate!) All very interesting.... And unexpected so all the better! We considered trying to find part of the 24 hour racetrack for a look but decided to head back to camp via the supermarket for the evening's ...
A very very lazy morning, so much so that we skipped breakfast and went straight to lunch! I caught up on some blog stuff whilst Jon guitarred. Then we had a hairdressing session (head shave) before heading into town in the van in the long awaited sunshine! We went straight to the cathedral as the guide(s) all rave about it. It was lovely but not a patch on Chartres I'm afraid! We then wandered through the quaint, ...
... two towels. We have no idea how but have concluded I must've left them at the last dive. It turns out that the big one was the travel towel Jon bought me to go to New Zealand and the little one I'd bought for him a couple of years back. Gutted! With these three things, I think someone's telling us it's time to head home! Delicious dinner of chicken curry then a 4 Euro movie, Very Bad Strip, with Woody Harrelson. Very silly but very funny! And so to bed in CLEAN ...
... France named Dinon. We all enjoyed a lunch of galettes, which is a type of crepe, but using buckwheat flour. It contains meats, cheeses, and vegetables. Crepes are similar our our crepes, with white flour, and are used for fruits and dessert. We toured the cathedral of St. Julien in the old town. ( Julien opened the door and said "welcome to my home"). Then we all headed back to ...