Hostellerie Le Vert
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... Wars toys on sale, Kate got to go to her favourite shops and brought some very bling headphones, while Nathan got to go back to his favourite coffee shop for a French style cappuccino. If you don’t know what it is, just imagine a cup of coffee topped with a large mountain of whipped cream rather than frothy milk. Very healthy! While Traci, the shopping lover that she is (not), had the pleasure of following the rest ...
Happy Australia Day!
Kate and Roy were a little upset this morning when they found out that they had school today even though it is a public holiday back in Australia! 'How unfair' they cried!!! This morning after singing the National Anthem and completing our math lesson we were joined by Karine a lady who lives near us in Montpezat-de-Quercy and is an English teacher at a nearby Catholic School. Karine has invited Kate and Roy to teach ...
... then had the opportunity to sample a few of the brews while Kate and Roy got stuck into some local apple juice. Ratz makes 14 different styles of beer which includes traditional brews of Blonde, Blanche (white), Amber, and Dark Ale; 3 Bio organic brews; 3 brews for a large supermarket chain in France and 4 brews marking St Patricks Day, Christmas, Winter and Summer. We tried the Blonde, Amber, Christmas and St Patricks ...
Today was a quiet day spent around the house in Montpezat-de-Quercy. Nathan and Kate ventured off to the weekly market held in the main street where they brought some fresh vegetables and bread for dinner tonight with our friends Thierry, Celine and her 11 year old daughter Clara. Kate was very excited at the prospect of spending time with another girl her age regardless of any language barriers and she made sure google translate was working on her iPod ...
... or Sarlat, or some other big centre. I tried to reason that his was a phone shop and that what I needed only worked in a phone, ergo, he probably sold them. Alas, the language gap could not be crossed and without a working phone and translator app, I had no way to cross it. Catch 22! I wandered out and found Jo in the bread shop. Her thought was to befriend someone and use them as a translator app. Old fashioned, I know, but as it turned out, very effective. Jo had been ...