- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... machines on what looks like a big bus shelter, but it was too late, we'd gone by. Who'd have thought that you fill your car and do the washing at the same time? Just another half an hour on, we arrived in Fanjeaux. A tiny village on a hill with spectacular views. We'll stay a couple of days to explore as it's very peaceful with a much better view than last ...
... next summer and help out in the kitchen.....tempting. A small trip to Aix en Provence As I had a couple of days spare I went across to X.....as it is simply called by the French. This is the quintessential small town in Provence with the wide tree lined avenue in the centre of town leading towards the narrow lanes, public squares and fountains of the old town. Back in the day it was known as 'sleeping beauty'. Quaint countryside charm with a ...
... provides everything to fill the bilges of Elvis, a coffee in the square where hot croissants are served and a quick look at the old riverside houses taking us back to a by gone era when this towns textile industry was at its height. Tannery and Weaving being its main trade. It also houses in its museum the largest collection of Spanish paintings in France outside The Louvre with Goya being well represented. Sadly nothing would get Clive in there so ...
... of the cow tongues were amazing. There was tripe, brains and even testicles - eeek! Outside the meat market was the vegetable market - this was very similar to the one I had seen in Orleans. There were lots of honey varieties, an amazing selection of garlic and pumpkins and squash. We stopped in at the town square for a coffee and Peter explained bits and pieces about cafe culture and lifestyle in France. We started our cooking about 12:30 and first up ...
After a fun-packed week in Barcelona, we were all ready to move on to our next destination. Caroline and I enjoyed a final workout on our patio while the kids caught up on reading and writing, we had breakfast, packed all of our worldly possessions, and caught a couple of taxis to the Barcelona Sants train station. We took the TGV (bullet train) from Barcelona to Narbonne, and then a short 30 minute commuter train to Carcassonne, France. Caroline had ...
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