Chateau Ormes de Pez
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... then add a few lifeguards, a play ground, a volley ball court and an ice-cream shop and hey presto, a miniature Bondi Beach chock full of British backpackers – just like the real thing! Well, at any rate, a bunch of British families mixed in with local French tourists and others like us. In the evening we continued our sampling of the region’s night markets, this time at Nontron. So far we have the gourmandis evenings ranked: 1. Le Bugue, for the food and the ...
... apparently, and they must be hidden away somewhere. When we first arrived, Julia promised Bronte a donkey ride. Bronte was very patient but by about 3pm she was busting. Good to her word, Julia saddled up Nemo and with helmet strapped on, Bronte climbed aboard and didn't stop smiling as Julia led them round on a lead reign. She looked very much at home, waving to the crowd (well, me and Jo) and firing twenty questions at Julia. Of course, there is no show without Punch. Flynn ...
... the riders had just a few police for traffic direction. We wandered freely amongst the riders, taking pics, looking at the bikes, admiring the set-ups, and even gladly accepting free hats and chilled bidons from bmc's team managers who we were chatting to ! I never imagined we could get so close to the riders!, let alone meeting teejay van garderen, and tony Martin . The day was topped off by dinner in one of the beautiful squares and a drive home through deserted country roads. ...
... Australians. How lucky were we?
At the start of the tour you get onto a little 'train' - wheels on rails, bench seats, but no sides or roof. You go about one kilometre deep into the caves, stopping along the way to have things of interest explained to you. There is evidence of bear scratchings on the walls as well as the human 'art work'. Some of this art work is scratched into the rock and can only be seen when a light is shone on ...
... remind each other about staying to the right and looking out for others. Only once, yesterday, while travelling on a small deserted road, did Brad suddenly realise that he was on the left side of the road.
It was a sleep in morning for Brad. Jane was up early and used the time for a quiet, relaxing read. After breakfast we started a self guided walk through the old town of Perigueux, but we didn't get to complete it as ...