La Grange aux Marmottes
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hour. We were so fortunate to be on the first and second levels at twilight! It was beautiful to watch the sun set... we also were surprised at how late it became dark. It was not fully dark until about 10:30! While walking back to the apartment we took some great shots back at the lit up Tower. ...
... they took us to another pub they like, a really small packed place that had really good atmosphere. They walked us back to our train station at the end of the night. On the way we passed a blind restaurant. Apparently you order your meal at the bar where there is light. Then blind people will take you into a room that is completely black and you eat in the dark as if you were blind, you have to put your finger in the glass to make sure they ...
... us negotiate our way out.
Not only had we crossed a border that made a change, but to be spending time at the home of dear friends was such a change from the pace of tourism in Barcelona and the harder work of our walking tour; though both these experiences we thoroughly enjoyed. We spent that night catching up on all the travels and news of the 4 of us.
... was tempting for lunch but we resisted and wandered down to the canal and found surprisingly a man selling wine and offering wine tasting from a small tent. He was very friendly and quickly got us to try a few whites especially a Saint Bris, Coteaux d'Auxerre and a Luginy Macon, all very good and we bought a mixed case. He had seen Lorna look at some corkscrews but we thought them a little light, but we had actually wanted to buy a good new one and look at many this week particularly ...
... best seat to me.
Well, let's not get into that.
We journeyed south to Creysse, a picturesque little village near the medieval town Martel, and found the most beautiful, secluded spot where we pitched our tent under the trees, practically in the river.
Somehow we'd managed to do this without using all the tent poles, hmm, but those left came in handy to support a funny shaped piece of board from the back of the car and now we had ...