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Lunch time and it's mussels with lashings of cider, top meal. Ebeon is quite an out of the way place so no fancy restaurants here, when we did eat out, it was in a very rustic setting and featured such highlights as home made aperitifs and a wonderful spinach mousse. Alas that restaurant has now gone so the nearest night out will be in St Jean D'Angelay.
Updated Aug 9, 2010
The local custom seems to be to get your builder to put up some great big gate posts, bigger the better. Everyone has them,some are so large you expect to be met by St Peter, what they are for i don`t know as the gates are never closed.
Written Jun 29, 2004
Luggage and bags: Unless you have a local map of the area most maps, including the Michelin 721, aren't detailed enough to help you find places as small as Ebeon, use sat nav if possible.
Photo Equipment: Oh yes.
Written Aug 9, 2010