La Peyrecout Gites
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews La Peyrecout Gites Cordes-sur-Ciel
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... running back to the chair) and also a mens white shirt.. in which the brides father was shirtless for a few moments!... it was a complete free for all, but it was so much fun.
Dinner ended around 12. Can you believe that? Then the dancing begins! Most of the guests were still there at 5am!! Thats when I had left to head back to the cabin with the girls. The next day they had a bbq so that guests have a better chance to say their goodbyes and rest after such a ...
... early in the 18th century, before being bought and part-restored in the latter part of the 19century by a Parisian opera singer, who lived there until the early part of the 20th century when he bequeathed it to the state. I don't want to repeat myself, but the structure of these places continues to fascinate me, and although we could only see part of the place, it was obvious that the incredible up-keep is/was a major part of their demise. I then gave George a ...
... lots of people 'Lala salama' instead of the boring 'bonne nuit' ! Just at camp bar where we're having a BBQ later. Very interesting listening to various nationalities talking across the table using English as the common tongue! Felt quite involved! Some interesting stories about travels although lots of Dutch guests keep coming back to this same site so. I made a good choice ...
Today we woke up and picked up our Aunty Mary that will stay with us for a while.
After all the stress and trying to find the terminal that she will come out of we found her at the terminal that mum and Edie were at.
We drove to a town called Cabrerets.
We had a nice picnic there with Mary and there was a great view there.
After that we went for a walk and looked in some shops that were really not ...
... tour for a few hours, so we booked in for a tour at 3 and Tony took us to see Saint Cirq du Popie. We were all very hungry so we made our first stop a restaurant while Tony went off to see an old friend who lived in the town. The town was tiny and very beautiful, like a little model medieval French village. All the food was expensive but we decided we could spend a bit considering we hadn't spent anything in days. Me and you got giant steak burgers ...