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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... signed and looked after but subconciosuly I wanted to get out and walk .....
Went to a fantastic cave 'Grotte de Madeliene- mad to describe but lots of images sprang to mind from Prometheus to Alien as all the rock formations were truly organic, weird and had grown into human shapes and folds of crystals.
The Guide only had to show around five people including us and as we ...
... intact due to the importance of its secondary function as a toll bridge. For centuries the local lords and bishops were responsible for its upkeep in exchange for the right to levy tolls on travellers using it to cross the river, although some of its stones were looted and serious damage was inflicted on it in the 17th century. Afterthought: Who is fond of macaroons??? Had the best today from a stall at the markets - as big as ...
... Google maps but the phone is going into meltdown and keeps turning itself off. Bother and Blast are not the exact words we are using right now but i am sure you can imagine for yourselves. Back into the mayhem of the traffic it is a Saturday afternoon and feels like rush hour.
Its no good we are going round in circles again and we are hopelessly lost trying to find the Old City and we decide that our very lives depend on some form of navigation. ...
... and some of the best cheeses too. Huge range and so cheap compared to home. There was even a shop just for potatoes, and it had about 10 varieties of potatoes! We tried some to die for cheeses, saucisson, terrines, pate de compagne, and some interesting cuts of meat from the bouchoneries including bull! We thoroughly enjoyed wandering around the market each morning choosing picnic supplies for lunch or something to cook up in the apartment for dinner. One of my ...
... Of course, Peter went out to see their crops and even helped remove weeds (manually) from their sugar beet! They are such good farmers and their crops looked wonderful, anticipating a good harvest in just a few days' time.
We went with them to see another one of the sixty six chateaux on the Loire on the Sunday....it was no trouble to them to drive us more than two hours away in two cars! But it was worth it, we visited the ...