Le Moulin Noye
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... picnics – there were tables and refuse bins neatly laid out wherever there was a flat spot. Lots of very lean looking cyclists were powering over the mountains – it must be a great route for altitude training with the sweeping bends and smooth surface.
The villages along the way were very pretty – Aspres BuÍche on the tumbling turquoise BuÍche River was one ...
... the black and white French waiter/waitress outfit which is cool. After finishing we sat and people watched to pass the time seeing as we still had a few hours until our class. In this time a gentleman sat next to us and had 3 cigarettes in about a less then 1 hour sitting. It seems like everyone here in France smokes. Also a homeless lady walked up to us and asked us for a cigarette which we did not have. Once she left us alone we watched as she crossed the street only ...
... Napal, once there, the views were certainly worth it.
Bordeaux, home to some of France's finest wines was our next stop. As mentioned above, it was hard to often leave our lovely apartment to explore this city, as it did also have a great balcony overseeing the street below, but eventually we did. We spent an afternoon on a cheese and wine tasting tour where we got to try many great wines ( which we will explain in more detail below ) and the ...
... and i feel quite angry with myself. He tells me "you will have to find an hotel for tonight." So we trudge around the corner and come across The Hotel De Paris and it is a minus 5 star hovel.
When we arrive on the 6th floor and open the door to to the room Lucas and I are shocked at how small the room is and the bathroom is so tiny we have to turn sideways to get into the miniscule shower.We are so tired and frustrated we accept and it ...
... try and make up lost time.
It was a foggy frosty morning with bright sunshine trying to emerge through the freezing fog which unfortunately got denser as the day progressed. So no photos of this journey I'm afraid. It was over 300 miles to our next stop Ceyrat just south of Clermont Ferrand.
Some interesting shots I missed were of 1) a painted water tower with a beautiful landscaped mural.....how refreshingly different to graffitti.
2) A Heron standing by ...