La Grange aux Marmottes
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The next day, we took the kids for a lunch time hike along the GR10 to Lac du Gaube with a view of Vignemale the highest mountain in the French Pyrennees, over 10,000 ft. A lazy afternoon followed by another delightful meal and a good night's sleep. Ahh, the mountains.
We spent a lazy day in and around our hotel, casually visiting Luz Saint Sauveur, about 10 minutes from our hotel. We also drove up to Gavarnie, the famous Cirque in the region. There weren't much in the ways of views as the mountains were in the clouds.
This was our earliest start of our day, as Ev, Julie, and Dami needed to get to Madrid by noon, which is a 5 hour drive in the best conditions. So 6am we said our goodbyes from the parking lot across the street from our campground. Why? Because the gates don't open until 8am. They drove off while Sue, Tom, Evie and Tyler "slept" in the back of our …
... Maison du Chateau is a pretty stone cottage in the outer semi-circle of houses clustered beneath the local chateau in the beautiful and classified village of Berbiguieres. This section of the Dordogne region is known as the Perigord Noir, right in the middle of all the chateaux and close to Domme and many other interesting places. With beautifully restored stone villages ...
... a sandwhich and a bottle of cough syrup with codeine and headed back towards our B and B but not before our we purchased gasol for our rental. This was a new experience for us. We finally had to plead the 5th to our neighbor gasol pumper and ask for help to use our credit card. The formalities are endless with no help in site. Upon a full tank of gas we headed back to Chinon and our B and B. We skyped with Sara and then headed down to join ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed