La Ferme du Lac
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... men kissing - it was a Camp pub a gay bar what else do you call them - They were very friendly - even the doorman - who can be seen in one of the pictures.
Retired then to the room and couldn't face the blog.....didn't even manage to book a hotel for the following night - it was earplugs in, snore guards in and that was it!!!
Mileage today 149 (Total Mileage 790)
... Yes you wouldn't believe it but it was closed on Tuesdays and today is Tuesday. Kerry said you wouldn't believe how early he had to get up to get the brochures printed and ride there early to put them up so he didn't have to go and see contemporary art. I nearly believed him. So coincidental all these things that are closed that we want to see! We met a couple from England and we must have looked poor as he gave us his Croatian money worth about 3 pound. Must have ...
... colour and having black lines running across its back and black spots on its sides. It lay beside me for about a minute and then slowly slithered off into the undergrowth. When I looked it up later I found it was called the ladder snake and luckily was not poisonous. The other nightly encounter on this site was with a very large frog or maybe a toad, who seemed to live by the drain for the water tap next to my pitch. I thought he was rather nice though Treacle ...
... in time.
My first stop was in the Gallo-Roman church which dated from the 11th century. I was the only person in the church other than the organist, who filled the place with music. The church was nearly void of decoration. There were no paintings on the walls, but the barest trace of frescos, and there were no sculpted columns. The building had very thick stone walls that supported the large domes which echoed with the organ music. ...
... stopped at the local church, which was Romanesque and had some beautiful column capitals. Sadly, the church was desperately in need of repair, and had many worrying cracks in the walls and ceilings. As we left the town, we saw that we had been there for over an hour. This is not please the architect who felt like we wasted too much time. I, however, do not have some phantom schedule for hiking. Stopping along the way and getting to see the sites is ...