le Chalet d'en Ho
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travelled to Uzes to the market on Wednesday. Found a little cafe with fine China crockery so stopped for cake and espresso. Also met Jeanine, a very friendly French lady who sat with us over coffee. After we told her we were shopping for our dinner cook up she swept us around the market for the best bargains. We even ate 2 freshly shucked oysters each (50c each) while on the run. Jeanine invited us back to her home ...
We are enjoying every minute staying in this village. Our house is superb, close to the l'industrie which we have frequented meeting many locals. We have had three days travelling around the district visiting other small villages including Luedan and Ales. The photos tell the story. Only four days of my trip to go and I leave Chris! We have visited: the Pont du Gard an aqueduct which ...
Storm clouds on the horizon followed by thunder and lightening!! And we are leaving today!! So we packed the car in the rain and departed, a little sad, yes a big sad! We had the best time here and enjoyed our house - tres bon. Coffee and croissants at a cafe before buying up big at a Patisserie for our journey. We decided to keep to the A75 due the rain. The further south we went the better the weather, no more rain and 22 degrees when we turned ...
We spent this beautiful day strolling through Chaudes Aigues, experiencing the 'source', near boiling water coming from a spring in the middle of the town! They say 300,000 people a year visit the source!! We happened upon Odette buying croissants. We had met her at the hot spa on Sunday. A most gorgeous 78 year old sprightly French Lady. She greeted us with smiles and hand holds, wishing ...
... arthritis. She was very happy to share with us the news of the royal baby princess, perhaps thinking as we spoke English we would be celebrating the birth. Today we walked the trail down and around St Flour. I just made it up the steps back, little unfit me! The scenery here is unbelievable. Tomorrow we are going to explore further by car, perhaps some chateaus and gorges and the Musee de la ...