Chateau Coulon Laurensac
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... this town, clean and oh so beautiful !! We went back to our little camping and had a good night sleep after all these hours of walking ! 2nd We had a long drive of at least 5 and a half hours in front of us, so we got up a little quicker than usual. The weather was still strange with sun and showers following each other. We arrived at another small camping at Saint-Epain we had looked for in our book at half past 4 and got ...
Another travel day. Tears were shed upon leaving our Barcelonian hotel.
One of the stops we made was in a small town named Carcassonne. This is truly the archeype of what people think of when considering a medieval village. All the town surrounded by a moat and thick castle walls.
While we are staying in Bordeaux, it is getting a short visit. We are only staying for the night on the way to Paris. Just enough time to grab a meal and see a few churches along the ...
High in the hills, over looking a beautiful valley and a river, my friends treated me to a beautiful lunch at a elegant restaurant specializing in homemade, locally grown and raised cuisine. Not the type of place a tourist would find being high up in the hills. The view, the company and the food -beyond words. I thought I ate well in Italy but France has been a whole new gastronomic ...
Enjoyed the French country side with Nessie's sister and Brother in law who have lived part time in this area of France for about 20 years. I can easily see the attraction - the quaint villages, vineyards, chateaux's and wineries, history. Flowers everywhere and this beautiful spot that they get to call home when they are not in their Cyprus home or globe trotting. Between Nessie's dog, ...
... As we can't help ourselves, we stopped into one of the quaint restaurants for a little bite. Despite wanting to order all that came past us, we settled for 2 entrees to share, the baked camembert and the duck terrine, along with a nice glass of local Bordeaux red. Back on the bikes we continued through the streets looking at the amazing architecture before heading home for the night.
With the late sunsets it's easy to forget what time it really ...