Chateau de Crecy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we got up early for the slow drive to Italy. We packed up and then got in the car. On the way we stopped at a restaurant,on the side of the road. When we got there we went out for a walk. We found a nice restaurant, near the jousting. We had a really nice dinner. (Jousting is a game were they have two teams, and with a big poll, and a shield they have to try and knock the other player of the boat into the water). They have been doing it since ...
... go to a bar and have some lethal gin and tonics then go to a few different pinxos bars. The best one was el Torino, great beef cheeks and suckling pig. We drink kalimexos which is red wine mixed with coke and is really good. The next day we wander around during the day as it is slightly too cold for the beach. We get excited about a little bar that does giant T-bone steaks but the waiters completely ignore us :( we end up going back to the gin and tonic place and having more ...
... that was my highlight of Bordeaux. then we went back to the hotel to go to bed On the second day we woke up and went over the bridge and had a hot chocolate at the same place we went to before we played in the mist. Then we went to get my iPad fixed but they replaced it and I lost all my data... We went shopping the whole day and it was quite ...
... the maddening crowd, and away from passing foot traffic. So it wasn't busy. We walked in to see the chef preparing all the meat and veg on the front counter. Behind him was the roaring fire that everything has been cooked on since 1968. A delicious slow meal followed. This was digested over a 4 hour period of shopping. Then a drive ...
Today we went to a winery. We saw all the machinery that they used. We met a 91 year old women who still worked, and looked about seventy. She was really nice, and had a really nice house, that was built in 1398, it was owned by the monks. It had been in her family since the seventeenth century. We went underground to see millions of bottles of ...