Chateau de Bagnols
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... hedges 12 feet high so no ad hoc conversations in many different versions of the same language with the neighbours. Whilst it looks very well kept a severe cutback would be better although I suspect they are the height they are to protect from the sun in summer, talking about the sun the forecast is clear blue skies which we have, and 24 degrees, currently 18 with the sun coming over the hills.
Oh I must mention that my navigator managed to get us through the middle ...
... One of the exits said La Bourboule so we entered that and found a Gite BandB that looked nice. Then we discovered that La Bourboule was miles away, up the top of a mountain. It took ages and we got there at about 7.15pm. The BandB is lovely and the village is really pretty.
Back In mountain country and back to mountain food. We all ordered saussicon with my favourite blue d'Auvergne cheese. Turns out it was a potato bake with the sausage and cheese through it. ...
After a long and tiring journey we arrived at our campsite. Weather is lovely so went for an uphill walk in the evening. Just enjoying a beer in the bar now. Day by the pool tomorrow me thinks. Did a little reading by the van after breakfast and then dozed off. After lunch went and had a dip in the pool. After some much needed sunbathing we decided to have a game of tennis - Sue cheated of course! Sat in the shade now with cool beer ...
... told us of the local dish which was to be the evening dinner special it was called Truffade. We later on went with that, it consisted of potatoe fried with bacon in Cantelle cheese , basically a fondue served with a crisp green salad and procuitto on the side, the idea was to mix it all up on your plate and man it was good.
... region and although we didn’t have enough time to have a wine tasting we did manage to have a short bike ride to an abandoned village called Celles a few miles away. The village was situated on the edge of a huge lake called Lac salagou and the story goes that the local government had told the villagers that there was a high risk of the village being flooded, so they paid everyone to leave. In fact the village never did flood and ...