Motel Grill les Coursaux
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in hedgerows and we sampled plenty. Lots of fruit trees heavy with peaches,apples and plums..some great to eat. Saw a large toad and a snake resembling an okkie strap in yellow and black not far from village. Sun out so we disturbed its sunbaking!slithered quickly away into undergrowth. Back to the house for a nap before the feast and fireworks. Had wine with R and M and discussed music, Buddy Holly and video of ...
... sat for a while on the grass. It became a bit hard after a while, so we took a walk around the lake. We popped into Lidl for bread and cheese and stuff for tonight, then took it down to Jan & Wally. We had a nice chat over a cuppa, sat in the sun on their new patio. Wally had quite a few poisson chat, which he had caught in the trap in the lake, he threw some for the cats to eat, you could hear them crunching the bones! ...
By 10am we had paid the €71.40 bill for our drinks and meals, and we were on the road to Magnac Laval for dinner at La Escapade. A beautiful day so we were able to eat outdoors. Debbie and her "assistant", we can't remember her name, gave us a warm welcome. We had a kir while we waited for our meal to come. There were two gendarmes at the table beside us so Dave only drank half of his...just in case they were watching, and waiting to breathalyse him at the ...
... rides for kids and a free book and toy library!! Apparently this was all organised by the local council and the kids had a ball. To top off the fun they also had a crepe van so we had crepes for afternoon tea. After another swim we headed to the supermarket and stocked up on food for dinner. Headed back for a BBQ the old-fashioned way and enjoying the Chianti Classico. Picking blackberries and swimming in the paddle pool until late for the kids. Another happy ...
... a guided tour of the tunnels. I think we were told that there were 35 miles of tunnels dug to the end of the war & they continued digging tunnels until I think 1962. It’s a wonder that the Rock of Gibraltar hasn’t just collapsed into a heap, as it is full of tunnels. The newer part of Gibraltar has been built on reclaimed land & the filling used was rock from inside the Rock of Gibraltar. From the tunnels I walked down the hill a little to the Moorish ...